REPE'AT, verb transitive [Latin repeto; re and peto, to make at or drive towards. this verb ought to be written repete, in analogy with compete, and with repetition.]
1. To do, make, attempt or utter again; to iterate; as, to repeat an action; to repeat an attempt or exertion; to repeat a word or discourse; to repeat a song; to repeat an argument.
2. To try again.
I the danger will repeat
3. to recite; to rehearse.
He repeated some lines of Virgil.
To repeat signals, in the navy, is to make the same signal which the admiral or commander has made, or to make a signal again.
1. In music, a mark directing a part to be repeated in performance.