[ rep-er-tawr-ee ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Mid 16th century; Latin from late Latin repertorium, from Latin repert- ‘found, discovered’, from the verb reperire . Sense 1 (arising from the fact that a company has a ‘repertory’ of pieces for performance) dates from the late 19th century
  • repertoire
  • routine
  • unavailable
a type of theatrical presentation in which a company presents several works regularly or in alternate sequence in one season
Charles was pleased to hear that his original production was being included in the local theater's seasonal repertory.
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