- 1A performance or interpretation, especially of a dramatic role or piece of music: a wonderful rendition of “Nessun Dorma.”More example sentences
- The pianist's dazzling rendition of the Vivace finale was a pianistic tour de force.
- Starting at 7 pm, the night will feature music, poetry and performance, plus a rendition of the new song ‘Six Pack To Go!’
- Three contestants have 30 seconds to perform their rendition of what they think will be the music of tomorrow.
- 1.1A visual representation or reproduction: a pen-and-ink rendition of Mars with his sword drawnMore example sentences
- The visual rendition of the scene in the medieval period is usually known as Christ in the House of Simon.
- Last year, the City of Raleigh Arts Commission held the Raleigh Red Wolf Ramble, a public exhibition of 100 artists' renditions of red wolf sculptures.
- The work often doesn't recreate an exact rendition of a particular location on canvas, but rather an artist's loose memory or feeling about nature, expressing its essence or spirit.
- 2 (also extraordinary rendition) The practice of sending a foreign criminal or terrorist suspect covertly to be interrogated in a country with less rigorous regulations for the humane treatment of prisoners.More example sentences
- He says the practice of rendition started during the Clinton administration.
- We have wanted, on the Intelligence Committee, the minority party, to do a full investigation of detention, interrogation and rendition.
- It reminds me of a high-minded statesman in our own time who manages to practice torture, which he deplores, by proxy, using ‘extraordinary rendition.’
early 17th century: from obsolete French, from rendre 'give back, render'.