[ verb ] cause to become
"The shot rendered her immobile"
Used in print(Successful Farming, 59:12...)
Reduces losses from stomach , hookworm , and nodular worms by interfering with reproduction of the female worm by reducing the number of eggs laid and essentially rendering all laid eggs sterile .(John F. Hayward, "Mimesis and Symbol in the Arts"...)
The person of the artist becomes a final bastion of meaning in a world rendered meaningless by the march of events and the decay of classical religious and philosophical systems .(Legislation on Foreign Relations. Committee on Foreign...)
Whoever , in the United_States or elsewhere , pays or offers to pay , or promises to pay , or receives on_account_of services rendered or to be rendered in connection with any such claim , compensation which , when added to any amount previously paid on_account_of such services , will exceed the amount of fees so determined by the Commission , shall be guilty of a misdemeanor , and , upon conviction thereof , shall be fined not more_than $ 5000 or imprisoned not more_than twelve months , or both , and if any such payment shall have been made or granted , the Commission shall take such action as may be necessary to recover the same , and , in_addition thereto , any such person shall forfeit all rights under this title .
[ verb ] provide or furnish with
"We provided the room with an electrical heater" "render assistance"
Used in print(Legislation on Foreign Relations. Committee on Foreign...)
In connection with any claim decided by the Commission pursuant to this Title in which an award is made , the Commission may , upon the written request of the claimant or any attorney heretofore or hereafter employed by such claimant , determine and apportion the just and reasonable attorney 's fees for services rendered with_respect_to such claim , but the total amount of the fees so determined in any case shall not exceed 10 per_centum of the total amount paid pursuant to the award .
Whoever , in the United_States or elsewhere , pays or offers to pay , or promises to pay , or receives on_account_of services rendered or to be rendered in connection with any such claim , compensation which , when added to any amount previously paid on_account_of such services , will exceed the amount of fees so determined by the Commission , shall be guilty of a misdemeanor , and , upon conviction thereof , shall be fined not more_than $ 5000 or imprisoned not more_than twelve months , or both , and if any such payment shall have been made or granted , the Commission shall take such action as may be necessary to recover the same , and , in_addition thereto , any such person shall forfeit all rights under this title .(87th Congress, 1st Session. Congressional Record....)
Mr._Speaker , for several years now the commuter railroads serving our large metropolitan areas have found it increasingly difficult to render the kind of service our expanding population wants and is entitled to have .(Your Federal Income Tax. 1962 Edition (Revised to...)
If your child works for you , you may deduct reasonable wages you paid to him for services he rendered in your business .
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[ verb ] give an interpretation or rendition of
"The pianist rendered the Beethoven sonata beautifully"
Used in print(Clement Greenberg, "Collage" in his Art and...)
In the upper center of Braque 's first collage , Fruit_Dish ( in Douglas_Cooper 's collection ) , a bunch of grapes is rendered with such conventionally vivid sculptural effect as to lift it practically off the picture_plane .
In the Analytical phase of their Cubism , Braque and Picasso had not_only had to minimize three-dimensionality simply in_order to preserve it ; they had also had to generalize it - to the point , finally , where the illusion of depth and relief became abstracted from specific three-dimensional entities and was rendered largely as the illusion of depth and relief as_such : as a disembodied attribute and expropriated property detached from everything not itself .(Leo Lemon, "Catch Up With" and "Something to...)
A major portion of the credit should also go to flautist Haumd for his rendering of the almost impossible `` Indianapolis '' movement in the Baslot .
[ 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"
Used in print(Orlin J. Scoville, Part-Time Farming...)
A tavern , filling_station , junk_yard , rendering plant , or some other business may go_up near enough to hurt your home or to hurt its value .
[ verb ] pass down
"render a verdict" "deliver a judgment"
Used in print(U.S. Reports. Volume 364. Cases Adjudged in the...)
As was said in Gonzales , `` it is the Appeal_Board which renders the selective_service determination considered ' final ' in the courts , not to be overturned unless there is no basis in fact .
[ 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"
[ noun ] a substance similar to stucco but exclusively applied to masonry walls
[ verb ] (linguistics) 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"
[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 9781