Meaning of RENDER in English

RENDER

verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

make/render/leave sb sterile

Radiotherapy has left her permanently sterile.

render sth impossible formal (= make something impossible )

The large number of prison guards rendered any escape impossible.

render sth useless

She has a debilitating condition which renders her legs virtually useless.

rendered...incapable

The stroke rendered her incapable of speech.

render...obsolete (= make )

Will computers render books obsolete ?

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

thereby

After killing it, Siegfried bathed in its blood, thereby rendering himself invulnerable.

■ NOUN

decision

This, the court said, was an irrelevant consideration which rendered his decision unlawful.

Mistakes which they make about factors which determine the limits of their jurisdiction render their decisions void.

At one end there were serious procedural defects which would render any decision a nullity.

opinion

Get some stuff from the services, the bulletin boards, render an opinion , put something on the Internet.

service

W did not specify any service to be rendered by A and A did not know what was in W's mind.

Reagan clung to the belief that he was not paying ransom but merely rewarding an intermediary for services rendered .

As for the notion of a local tax as a payment for services rendered , it isn't.

We improved the ways the center kept track of its payroll and the services it rendered .

Blemishes like these upon the work of the profession obscure but do not efface the public services it renders .

It is still powerfully reinforced by the service it renders to economic security.

The negotiations were continuing, and fees for services the accountants were rendering were still being incurred.

Cross-frontier trade in some service sectors was basically rendered impossible by different national rules and regulations.

verdict

The world has already rendered its verdict .

The predominantly white jury, which ultimately rendered the verdict , was composed of six men and six women.

Unlike the criminal trial, the jury did not have to render a unanimous verdict , although it did.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

for services rendered

As for the notion of a local tax as a payment for services rendered, it isn't.

But their kids weren't expected to work for their love, it wasn't seen as a return for services rendered.

Cross-boundary flow adjustments to allocations will be replaced by direct billing for services rendered.

He had expected some final pay-off, a terminal settling of accounts for services rendered.

His full emoluments for services rendered to the three companies are paid by S1.

Reagan clung to the belief that he was not paying ransom but merely rewarding an intermediary for services rendered.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Both runways have been rendered useless by enemy bombings.

Digital technology could render today's televisions useless.

Galan rendered his drawing of a new commercial center in less than a week.

In beautifully rendered prose, she relates her daily struggles.

Maestas' sculptures were rendered in bronze.

Suddenly Packer struck a blow that rendered his victim unconscious.

The angry exchange rendered future compromise impossible.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But when his isolation rendered him vulnerable, he turned to Louis for assistance.

By association, then, sculptural adornment so popular under art nouveau was rendered obsolete.

Such knowledge has rendered meaningless the notion that every conjugal act should be open to the transfer of life.

The negotiations were continuing, and fees for services the accountants were rendering were still being incurred.

The predominantly white jury, which ultimately rendered the verdict, was composed of six men and six women.

The unpredictable, sporadic nature of storms on an open coast presumably render exposed shores unstable in this respect.

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