Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Repeat"

The meaning of "Repeat" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does repeat, please. mean?
A: It is a little difficult to hear. This video is somewhat related and might be helpful.
https://youtu.be/nigdf69TSNE

Context is very important.

Let's remove "he" from the sentence. What did ________ say? I can hear a quick "e" sound, but I did not hear "sh". I can't think of any very short names with only two or three letters which would sound silent at the beginning, only leaving the "e" sound. Therefore, the only thing that really makes sense is "he". Also, from what I've read the H sound can be very soft, and sometimes almost silent.
Q: What does repeat this more slowly please mean?
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Q: What does I'm repeating myself mean?
A: We don't usually say " repeat myself " on things like that. We tend to say things like "This? Again?!" To show frustration, kind of like 'aish' or " I don't want to do this again...".
You could say " I don't want to repeat this over and over again" or " I don't want to repeat this again" if you want to use 'repeat'.

Native English speakers usually, when saying 'repeat', are telling something they did to another person.
For example, if you were tell someone that you had to do a task multiple times, you would say repeatedly.

Ex. " I had to clean the room repeatedly"

But 'repeat myself' is typically used when saying you had to vocalize something multiple times.

Ex. "They weren't listening at all! I had to repeat myself around five times!"
Q: What does you're repeating yourself. mean?
A: It means that
You keep saying the same thing over and over again.

Example sentences using "Repeat"

Q: Please show me example sentences with on repeat .
A: I loved her new song so much that I put it on repeat and listened to it for an hour.
Q: Please show me example sentences with can repeat.
A: If you didn't hear me the first time, I can repeat what I said for you.

You can repeat after me, "I, David, take Laura to be my lawfully wedded wife."

The machine can repeat back to you what you say.

He can repeat himself all day and his kids still won't obey him.

I like driving alone because I can repeat songs I like without feeling bad.

I can repeat this all day.

We can repeat the same jokes to each other and we all still laugh.

The song is so beautiful I can repeat it all day long.

I repeat, don't...steal...people's...food...from...the...work...fridge.

Maybe they can repeat their 2017 performance.

I need a short sentence I can repeat over and over again.

You can repeat a few words.
Q: Please show me example sentences with can you repeat?.
A: Could you repeat what you just said?

This video was played on repeat.

Repeat after me.

Synonyms of "Repeat" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between repeated and recurrent ?
A: Recurrent is more passive.

I made repeated attempts to contact you.

Hurricanes are a recurrent problem in the Caribbean.
Q: What is the difference between repeat (noun) and repetition ?
A: Repeat (noun) is more casual of often associated with games,
Repetition describes repeated behavior in things/people

This movie is just a repeat of the last movie (too similar)
There was repetition in the music, so a new piece was added
Q: What is the difference between Could you please repeat it? and Could you please repeat that? ?
A: Generally, they both mean almost the exact same. If you say “Could you you please repeat that” you are being a little more direct and specific to what you are referring to.
Q: What is the difference between Could you please repeat that? and Could you repeat that, Please? ?
A: They have the same meaning.
Q: What is the difference between repeat and duplicate ?
A: "repeat" means to do the same thing again, but it might not be the exact same experience again, only similar.
"duplicate" to make an exact copy of something, so it's exactly the same, with no differences.

Translations of "Repeat"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can you repeat that please ?
A: Here is fast:
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? repeat it (politely)
A: "I beg your pardon?" or "Pardon?"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? repeat the question
A: Or you can also ask "do you mind repeating", "can you repeat your question?" I would say the best is "pardon"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can you repeat please
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I just repeat what were you was saying just now
A: Don't use repeat, it's redundant.

Just use one of these:
1) I have just said the same thing.
2) I have just said the same thing what you said.
3) I said what you have just said.
4) I said what you were saying just now.

Other questions about "Repeat"

Q: Try to avoid repeat the same words Does this sound natural?
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Q: Could you repeat that, please? Does this sound natural?
A: Natural, But! "Can you repeat that please" is more accurate
Q: repeat aftor me Does this sound natural?
Q: please repeat the same phrase. why dont you leave me alone? I dont even know you. Does this sound natural?
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Q: Please repeat the same phrase. tell me where im wrong. I guess what im trying to say is to surround yourself with positive people that inspire you instead of negativity. Does this sound natural?
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