render

render
/ˈrɛndə / (say 'renduh)

verb (t)
1. to make or cause (a person or thing) to be or become as specified: to render someone helpless.
2. to do; perform: to render a service.
3. to furnish: to render aid.
4. to exhibit or show (obedience, attention, etc.).
5. to present for consideration, approval, payment, action, etc., as an account.
6. to pay as due (a tax, tribute, etc.).
7. to deliver officially, as judgement.
8. to reproduce in another language; translate.
9. to represent; depict, as in painting.
10. to represent (a perspective view of a projected building) in drawing or painting.
11. to bring out the meaning of by performance or execution, or interpret, as a part in a drama, a piece of music, a subject in representational art, etc.
12. to give in return or requital.
13. to give up; surrender.
14. to cover (brickwork, stone, etc.) with a first coat of plaster.
15. to extract (fat, etc.) from meat trimmings by melting.
16. Nautical to slacken or pay out (rope) slowly, as when there is a heavy weight or strain on it.
noun
17. rendering (def. 3).
18. the mixture of sand, cement, etc., used to render (def. 14).
phrase
19. render back, to give back; restore.
{Middle English rendre(n), from Old French rendre, give back, deliver, yield, from Vulgar Latin *rendere, alteration (by analogy with Latin prehendere take) of Latin reddere give back}
renderable, adjective
renderer, noun

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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