from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A depiction or interpretation, as in painting or music.
- n. A drawing in perspective of a proposed structure.
- n. A translation: a rendering of Cicero's treatises into English.
- n. A coat of plaster or cement applied to a masonry surface.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. version; translation.
- n. sketch, illustration, or painting.
- n. returning; giving back; assigning; making; translating; surrendering; affording.
- v. Present participle of render.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A version; translation.
- n. In art, the presentation, expression, or interpretation of an idea, theme, or part.
- n. The act of laying the first coat of plaster on brickwork or stonework.
- n. The coat of plaster thus laid on.
- n. The process of trying out or extracting lard, tallow, etc., from animal fat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of translating; also, a version; translation.
- n. In the fine arts and the drama, interpretation; delineation; reproduction; representation; exhibition.
- n. In plastering:
- n. The laying on of a first coat of plaster on brickwork or stonework.
- n. The coat thus laid on.
- n. The process of trying out or clarifying.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language
- n. an explanation of something that is not immediately obvious
- n. a coat of stucco applied to a masonry wall
- n. perspective drawing of an architect's design
- n. giving in acknowledgment of obligation
- n. the act of interpreting something as expressed in an artistic performance
- n. a performance of a musical composition or a dramatic role etc.
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Subtitle rendering is awful, they look all pixelated on normal 624 x 352 video resolutions.
If she goes anywhere in what you call rendering criminal assistance, which is an accomplice after the fact -- money, food, shelter, anything that would allow him to keep on the run and away from the authorities would be rendering criminal assistance to him by the wife.
Title Effects: A new title rendering system has been added along with the ability to add title effects.
Microsoft could argue that HTML rendering is a feature that can be leveraged by their and other developers 'applications if it sits in "operating system" space with a well-defined API rather than in competitive "application space" where it is more difficult for thrid party developers to hook into.
The French-born Ms. Paravel has a doctorate and connected with her filmmaking partne r through Harvard's Sensory Ethnography Lab, which fosters the use of film in rendering the experience of others.
I see a definite business opportunity here – create consulting and management firms that specialize in rendering medium sized companies into a collections of small companies, designed to evade the regulation du jour.
And to top it off, the bridge as depicted in the above rendering is an anodyne collection of matchsticks, not even a soaring Calatrava creation!
A power lies in rendering these patriarchal figures the possible object of shame, ridicule and desire, but it is a power that is constantly negotiated.
He should be supported or opposed exactly to the degree which is warranted by his good conduct or bad conduct, his efficiency or inefficiency in rendering loyal, able, and disinterested service to the Nation as a whole.
That which most deliberately seeks to, and successfully manages to, expunge the strange only succeeds in rendering itself bloodless and therefore dead.