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Definition of Recur

Recur

  1. To come back; to return again or repeatedly; to come again to mind.
  2. To occur at a stated interval, or according to some regular rule; as, the fever will recur to-night.
  3. To resort; to have recourse; to go for help.

Recur Quotations

Events tend to recur in cycles.
W. Clement Stone

The vast majority of students probably emerge from college with an adequate grasp of no more than a single method of inquiry. Even this capacity may erode over time if it does not relate to experiences and problems that recur in the student's later life.
Derek Bok

Themes recur again and again in my work.
Eve Arnold

When I look back over my novels what I find is that when I think I'm finished with a theme, I'm generally not. And usually themes will recur from novel to novel in odd, new guises.
Richard Russo

Fashion takes its inspiration from society and everyday life, which is the same for everyone, and this is perhaps the reason why certain elements recur.
Stefano Gabbana
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Recur Translations

recur in French is reparaissez, reparaissons, se reproduire, reparais
recur in German is sich wiederholen, wiederkehren
recur in Spanish is repetirse

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