a substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls
cause to become
"The shot rendered her immobile"
supply, provide, render, furnish(verb)
give something useful or necessary to
"We provided the room with an electrical heater"
provide, put up, yield, deliver, picture, supply, append, show, furnish, hand over, add, turn in, interpret, translate, fork up, submit, fork out, give, offer, fork over, depict, generate, return, ply, bring home the bacon, try, leave, allow, issue, allow for, cater
give an interpretation or rendition of
"The pianist rendered the Beethoven sonata beautifully"
furnish, construe, deliver, represent, give, fork out, rede, turn in, interpret, try, fork up, hand over, translate, supply, picture, fork over, depict, show, generate, return, understand, provide, read, yield, see, submit
render, yield, return, give, generate(verb)
give or supply
"The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"; "This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"; "The estate renders some revenue for the family"
consecrate, knuckle under, give way, interpret, riposte, devote, chip in, cede, have, afford, collapse, hold, recall, buckle under, supply, try, turn over, ease up, sire, concede, founder, engender, open, hand, gift, move over, feed, pay, pass on, picture, soften, deliver, return, bring forth, grant, establish, regress, reelect, contribute, come back, yield, fork up, fork over, hand over, retrovert, give, mother, father, furnish, apply, present, show, make, beget, repay, impart, rejoin, get, devolve, generate, bring back, refund, reach, hark back, relent, retort, submit, depict, fork out, throw, fall in, succumb, dedicate, cave in, give in, bear, turn in, fall, pass, turn back, provide, take back, break, revert, translate, leave, commit, sacrifice, kick in, give back
render, deliver, return(verb)
"render a verdict"; "deliver a judgment"
supply, rejoin, bring back, extradite, rescue, hand over, surrender, try, retrovert, pass, show, return, depict, save, fork over, fork up, present, drive home, refund, hark back, deport, give back, repay, give, redeem, picture, turn back, come back, translate, retort, have, devolve, riposte, give up, turn in, birth, take back, revert, pitch, provide, recall, deliver, reelect, yield, regress, fork out, furnish, fall, cede, generate, interpret, give birth, submit, bear
make over as a return
"They had to render the estate"
supply, put forward, try, pass on, show, return, depict, put in, give in, deliver, fork over, fork up, take, defer, state, subject, bow, picture, hand over, translate, reconcile, accede, give, turn in, provide, present, resign, yield, posit, fork out, furnish, relegate, generate, interpret, submit
supply, rejoin, bring back, hand over, try, retrovert, pass, show, return, depict, deliver, fork over, fork up, refund, hark back, give back, repay, take back, devolve, picture, turn back, come back, translate, retort, fall, riposte, give, turn in, revert, provide, recall, reelect, yield, regress, fork out, furnish, generate, interpret, submit
hand over, fork over, fork out, fork up, turn in, deliver, render(verb)
to surrender someone or something to another
"the guard delivered the criminal to the police"; "render up the prisoners"; "render the town to the enemy"; "fork over the money"
supply, go to bed, extradite, rescue, crawl in, hand over, surrender, try, show, retire, depict, put on, save, fork over, fork up, present, have, generate, deport, give, return, redeem, hit the sack, translate, give up, turn in, birth, bed, pitch, sack out, deliver, picture, yield, hit the hay, go to sleep, fork out, furnish, cede, provide, drive home, interpret, kip down, give birth, submit, bear
picture, depict, render, show(verb)
show in, or as in, a picture
"This scene depicts country life"; "the face of the child is rendered with much tenderness in this painting"
supply, figure, express, hand over, demo, try, exhibit, register, show, return, establish, depict, shew, deliver, fork over, fork up, present, read, indicate, evidence, point, record, furnish, see, testify, fancy, picture, translate, visualize, usher, give, envision, turn in, designate, limn, show up, evince, provide, prove, image, yield, demonstrate, portray, fork out, draw, visualise, generate, describe, interpret, project, submit, bear witness
coat with plastic or cement
"render the brick walls in the den"
"give homage"; "render thanks"
supply, commit, chip in, dedicate, cave in, collapse, hand over, fork out, impart, pass on, move over, return, establish, depict, turn in, deliver, show, fork over, reach, present, have, fall in, make, furnish, pay, throw, picture, gift, kick in, translate, feed, break, ease up, apply, give, grant, open, founder, devote, hold, pass, provide, sacrifice, yield, turn over, fork up, leave, interpret, give way, consecrate, generate, contribute, try, afford, submit, hand
translate, interpret, render(verb)
restate (words) from one language into another language
"I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S."; "Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?"; "She rendered the French poem into English"; "He translates for the U.N."
furnish, construe, deliver, represent, transform, give, fork out, rede, turn in, interpret, try, fork up, hand over, translate, supply, picture, fork over, depict, show, generate, return, understand, provide, read, yield, see, submit
melt (fat or lard) in order to separate out impurities
"try the yak butter"; "render fat in a casserole"
supply, hand over, try, sample, essay, return, depict, test, deliver, try out, fork over, fork up, show, examine, picture, stress, seek, try on, give, attempt, turn in, strain, adjudicate, provide, prove, judge, yield, taste, fork out, furnish, translate, generate, interpret, hear, assay, submit
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Make is essentially causative; to the idea of cause all its various senses may be traced (compare synonyms for CAUSE). To make is to cause to exist, or to cause to exist in a certain form or in certain relations; the word thus includes the idea of create, as in Gen. i, 31, "And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good." Make includes also the idea of compose, constitute; as, the parts make up the whole. Similarly, to cause a voluntary agent to do a certain act is to make him do it, or compel him to do it, compel fixing the attention more on the process, make on the accomplished fact. Compare COMPEL; DO; INFLUENCE; (make better) AMEND; (make haste) QUICKEN; (make known) ANNOUNCE; AVOW; CONFESS; (make prisoner) ARREST; (make up) ADD; (make void) CANCEL.
See synonyms for ABOLISH; BREAK; DEMOLISH.
become, bring about, bring into being, bring to pass, cause, compel, compose, constitute, constrain, construct, create, do, effect, establish, execute, fabricate, fashion, force, frame, get, make, make out, make up, manufacture, occasion, perform, reach, require, shape
Make of, out of, or from certain materials, into a certain form, for a certain purpose or person; made with hands, by hand; made by a prisoner, with a jack-knife.
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How to use render in a sentence?
It is always right that a man should be able to render a reason for the faith that is within him.
Individuality is the aim of political liberty. By leaving to the citizen as much freedom of action and of being, as comports with order and the rights of others, the institutions render him truly a freeman. He is left to pursue his means of happiness in his own manner.
All our progress is an unfolding, like a vegetable bud. You have first an instinct, then an opinion, then a knowledge as the plant has root, bud, and fruit. Trust the instinct to the end, though you can render no reason.
Though we had hoped the testing would render different results, this is an opportunity to educate the public on the importance of verifying the authenticity of rare biblical artifacts, the elaborate testing process undertaken and our commitment to transparency, as an educational institution entrusted with cultural heritage, The Museum upholds and adheres to all museum and ethical guidelines on collection care, research and display.
The cult of the omnipotent state has millions of followers in the United States. Americans of today view their government in the same way as Christians view their God; they worship and adore the state and they render their lives and fortunes to it. Statists believe that their lives -- their very being -- are a privilege that the state has given to them. They believe that everything they do is -- and should be -- dependent on the consent of the government. Thus, statists support such devices as income taxation, licensing laws, regulations, passports, trade restrictions, and the like.
Translations for render
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- devolver, representar gráficamente, renderizar, pasar, darSpanish
- renderöidä, palauttaa, tehdä, antaa takaisin, aiheuttaa, tulkita, antaaFinnish
- interpréter, rendreFrench
- dìolScottish Gaelic
- tesz, visszaadHungarian
- 일어나게 하다, 하게하다, 번역하다, 통역하다Korean
- uitleggen, weergeven, duiden, veroorzakenDutch
- interpretar, renderizarPortuguese
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