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rendition

noun ren·di·tion \ren-ˈdi-shən\

: a performance of something

Full Definition of RENDITION

:  the act or result of rendering: as
a :  surrender
b :  translation
c :  performance, interpretation

Examples of RENDITION

  1. a moving rendition of an old gospel song
  2. a new rendition of the text in English

Origin of RENDITION

obsolete French, from Middle French, alteration of reddition, from Late Latin reddition-, redditio, from Latin reddere to return
First Known Use: 1601

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