recapitulate

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Du latin recapitulatus.

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recapitulate \Prononciation ?\

  1. Récapituler, résumer, abréger.
    • We have now recognised the necessity to the mental well-being of mankind (on which all their other well-being depends) of freedom of opinion, and freedom of the expression of opinion, on four distinct grounds; which we will now briefly recapitulate. — (J. S. Mill, On Liberty, édition de 1869, page 94)

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