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  4  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Render  \Ren"der\  (r?n"d?r),  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Rendered} 
  (-d?rd);p.  pr  &  vb  n.  {Rendering}.]  [F.  rendre,  LL  rendre, 
  fr  L.  reddere;  pref.  red-,  re-,  re-  +  dare  to  give  See 
  {Date}time,  and  cf  {Reddition},  {Rent}.] 
  1.  To  return;  to  pay  back  to  restore. 
 
  Whose  smallest  minute  lost,  no  riches  render  may 
  --Spenser. 
 
  2.  To  inflict,  as  a  retribution;  to  requite. 
 
  I  will  render  vengeance  to  mine  enemies.  --Deut. 
  xxxii  41. 
 
  3.  To  give  up  to  yield;  to  surrender. 
 
  I  'll  make  her  render  up  her  page  to  me  --Shak. 
 
  4.  Hence  to  furnish;  to  contribute. 
 
  Logic  renders  its  daily  service  to  wisdom  and 
  virtue.  --I.  Watts. 
 
  5.  To  furnish;  to  state;  to  deliver;  as  to  render  an 
  account;  to  render  judgment. 
 
  6.  To  cause  to  be  or  to  become  as  to  render  a  person  more 
  safe  or  more  unsafe;  to  render  a  fortress  secure. 
 
  7.  To  translate  from  one  language  into  another;  as  to  render 
  Latin  into  English. 
 
  8.  To  interpret;  to  set  forth,  represent,  or  exhibit;  as  an 
  actor  renders  his  part  poorly;  a  singer  renders  a  passage 
  of  music  with  great  effect;  a  painter  renders  a  scene  in  a 
  felicitous  manner. 
 
  He  did  render  him  the  most  unnatural  That  lived 
  amongst  men.  --Shak. 
 
  9.  To  try  out  or  extract  (oil,  lard,  tallow,  etc.)  from  fatty 
  animal  substances;  as  to  render  tallow. 
 
  10.  To  plaster,  as  a  wall  of  masonry,  without  the  use  of 
  lath. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Rendering  \Ren"der*ing\,  n. 
  The  act  of  one  who  renders,  or  that  which  is  rendered. 
  Specifically: 
  a  A  version;  translation;  as  the  rendering  of  the  Hebrew 
  text.  --Lowth. 
  b  In  art,  the  presentation,  expression,  or  interpretation 
  of  an  idea,  theme,  or  part 
  c  The  act  of  laying  the  first  coat  of  plaster  on  brickwork 
  or  stonework. 
  d  The  coat  of  plaster  thus  laid  on  --Gwilt. 
  e  The  process  of  trying  out  or  extracting  lard,  tallow, 
  etc.,  from  animal  fat. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  rendering 
  n  1:  a  performance  of  a  musical  composition  or  a  dramatic  role 
  etc  [syn:  {rendition}] 
  2:  an  explanation  of  something  that  is  not  immediately  obvious; 
  "the  edict  was  subject  to  many  interpretations";  "he 
  annoyed  us  with  his  interpreting  of  parables"  [syn:  {interpretation}, 
  {interpreting},  {rendition}] 
  3:  the  act  of  interpreting  something  as  expressed  in  an 
  artistic  performance  [syn:  {rendition},  {interpretation}] 
  4:  a  written  communication  in  a  second  language  having  the  same 
  meaning  as  the  written  communication  in  a  first  language 
  [syn:  {translation},  {interlingual  rendition},  {version}] 
  5:  perspective  drawing  of  an  architect's  design 
  6:  giving  in  acknowledgment  of  obligation 
 
  From  The  Free  On-line  Dictionary  of  Computing  (13  Mar  01)  [foldoc]: 
 
  rendering 
 
    The  conversion  of  a  high-level  object-based 
  description  into  a  graphical  image  for  display. 
 
  For  example,  {ray-tracing}  takes  a  mathematical  model  of  a 
  three-dimensional  object  or  scene  and  converts  it  into  a 
  {bitmap}  image.  Another  example  is  the  process  of  converting 
  {HTML}  into  an  image  for  display  to  the  user. 
 
  (2001-02-06) 
 
 




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