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Pronunciation of Render: Learn how to pronounce Render in English correctly

Learn how to say Render correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word render:

verb
[with object]
1provide or give (a service, help, etc.):
money serves as a reward for services rendered
Mrs Evans would render assistance to those she thought were in need
submit or present for inspection or consideration:
he would render income tax returns at the end of the year
deliver (a verdict or judgement):
the jury’s finding amounted to the clearest verdict yet rendered upon the scandal
literary give up; surrender:
he will render up his immortal soul
2 [with object and complement] cause to be or become; make:
the rains rendered his escape impossible
3represent or depict artistically:
the eyes and the cheeks are exceptionally well rendered
perform (a piece of music):
a soprano solo reverently rendered by Linda Howie
translate:
the phrase was rendered into English
Computing process (an outline image) using colour and shading in order to make it appear solid and three-dimensional:
he is forced to render images by intermixing pixels of a few basic colours
4covertly send (a foreign criminal or terrorist suspect) for interrogation abroad; subject to extraordinary rendition.
5melt down (fat) in order to clarify it:
the fat was being cut up and rendered for lard
process (the carcass of an animal) in order to extract proteins, fats, and other usable parts:
(as adjective rendered)
the rendered down remains of sheep
6cover (stone or brick) with a coat of plaster:
external walls will be rendered and tiled
noun
[mass noun]
a first coat of plaster applied to a brick or stone surface.
Derivatives

renderer

noun
Origin:

late Middle English: from Old French rendre, from an alteration of Latin reddere ‘give back’, from re- ‘back’ + dare ‘give’. The earliest senses were ‘recite’, ‘translate’, and ‘give back’ (hence ‘represent’ and ‘perform’); ‘hand over’ (hence ‘give help’ and ‘submit for consideration’); ’cause to be’; and ‘melt down’