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  1. Noun When "reprise" was first adopted into English in the 15th century, it referred to a deduction or charge made yearly out of a manor or estate (and was usually used in the plural form "reprises"). It probably won't surprise you, then, to learn that "reprise.
  2. Usage Note: In its musical sense meaning "a repetition of a phrase or verse" or "a return to an original theme," reprise is usually pronounced (rĭ-prēz′), with its last syllable rhyming with freeze. This reflects the influence of French when the musical use of the word was adopted in the s.
  3. Usually reprises. Law. an annual deduction, duty, or payment out of a manor or estate, as an annuity or the like.
  4. to repeat a song, performance, or set of actions: I was to play the doctor, reprising a role I’d done years earlier.
  5. Reprise means "repeat an earlier role." If you’re asked to reprise your role as "kid entertainer" at the annual family reunion, that means people want you to do it again this year. Early on, reprise was a .
  6. Synonyms & Antonyms of reprise (Entry 2 of 2) 1 to make into a short statement of the main points (as of a report) the prosecutor's closing statement effectively reprised the case against the defendant.
  7. How to pronounce reprise. How to say reprise. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.
  8. Reprise is the world’s largest performance marketing network, offering a full suite of crafts designed to deliver customer flow.

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