[ UK /ɹˈɛpətəɹˌi/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛpɝˌtɔɹi/ ]
  1. a storehouse where a stock of things is kept
  2. the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation
    has a large repertory of dialects and characters
    the repertory of the supposed feats of mesmerism
  3. a collection of works (plays, songs, operas, ballets) that an artist or company can perform and do perform for short intervals on a regular schedule
  4. a theatrical company that performs plays from a repertoire
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How To Use repertory In A Sentence

  • Following performances of Leonard Bernstein's "A Quiet Place," which is in repertory until Nov. 21, the Blue Ribbon Glee Club, an a capella group, will perform. A Drink With That Opera?
  • Nutty sweetbreads, bitter greens, gently brash shallots, and velvety chanterelles suffuse farfalle in well-oiled repertory.
  • He first found work with a Bolton repertory company. Times, Sunday Times
  • Through such volumes many Americans first encountered hymns that were to become part of the standard repertory. Christianity Today
  • It contributed a repertory of immortal songs easily memorable by their combination of direct tunes and earthy good humour.
  • PARIS — Opening last week, "Un Tramway Nomm é D é sir," a French version of Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning "A Streetcar Named Desire," became the first work by an American playwright — or any non-European author — to enter the repertory of the Com é die Fran ç aise, the classic theater company founded by Louis XIV in 1680. French 'Streetcar' Takes a Detour Via Japan
  • Both of Alban Berg's operas rank as James Levine specialties, and both are in the Metropolitan's repertory this season for a few performances each.
  • Sketches, skits, parodies, songs, poems and bad dancing describe this sparkling, lighthearted romp through the Bard's amazing repertory of works.
  • Studying biology may yet lead to greater tolerance for the vast repertory of human sexual foibles, preferences, and predilections.
  • It was such an enormous success that it not only became a staple of Drury Lane's repertory but was also performed at Lincoln's Inn Fields and elsewhere.
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