V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. a collection of works of art; 2. the range of skills of a person or group

Synonyms: collection, list, range, repository, stock, supply, repertory


Tips: Repertoire is derived from Late Latin repertorium, which means "inventory." A repertoire is like an inventory of plays, songs, or skills, to be used or brought forth at the ready.

Usage Examples:

The guitarist had hundreds of songs in his repertoire. (collection, list)

After I completed the class, I was able to add typing to my repertoire of skills. (list, range)

She's always looking for good recipes to add to her repertoire of delicious dishes. (supply, stock, collection)

The actor’s repertoire included many accents, which allowed him to play foreign characters. (range, skill set)

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