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repertoire rate
Usage: you can add that to your repertoire

repertoire rate
(Noun) A body of knowledge
Usage: He sang a song from his repertoire of music.

repertoire rate
glossary, list of achievements, capabilities
Usage: What else do you have in your repertoire

repertoire rate
list of things you are good at.
Usage: I have a large repertoire of songs I can sing

repertoire rate
(Noun) A person's set of skills; the set of songs a performer knows.
repertoire rate
(Noun) things that you can do
Usage: Is that recipe in your repertoire?

repertoire rate
one's skill set
Usage: Dancing in not part of my repertoire.

repertoire rate
(Noun) a collection of songs one chooses to play
repertoire rate
(Noun) collection of performed music
Usage: I don't have much music in my repertoire yet.

repertoire rate
(Noun) List of things one can do
Usage: He had added dancing to his repertoire.

repertoire rate
(Noun) list of songs of a performer
Usage: he has a good repertoire

repertoire rate
(Noun) collection of music that one has mastered
Usage: He has an impressive number of pieces in his repertoire.

repertoire rate
array or collection
Usage: He has an excellent repertoire of sales skills.

repertoire rate
(Noun) collection
Usage: Your repertoire of hits is versatile

repertoire rate
(Noun) Part of a collection of skills, behaviors
Usage: He included artistic skill in his repertoire of abilities

repertoire rate
(Noun) set of skills. Suite of talents. Selection of arrangements.
Usage: The musician had many songs in his repertoire.

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