[ in-jem-uh-neyt ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
late 16th century; from the Latin ingeminat- "redoubled," from the verb ingeminare, from in- (expressing intensive force) + geminare
  • reiterate restate echo repeat
  • unavailable
to repeat; reiterate
A) I will not ingeminate my previous lesson; you should have been listening and taking notes. B) She decided to ingeminate her question because no one answered her the first time she asked.
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