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Response vs. Respond

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Responsenoun

An answer or reply, or something in the nature of an answer or reply.

Respondverb

To say something in return; to answer; to reply.

‘to respond to a question or an argument’;

Responsenoun

The act of responding or replying; reply: as, to speak in response to a question.

Respondverb

(intransitive) To act in return; to carry out an action or in return to a force or stimulus; to do something in response

Responsenoun

An oracular answer.

Respondverb

(ambitransitive) To correspond with; to suit.

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Responsenoun

(liturgics) A verse, sentence, phrase, or word said or sung by the choir or congregation in sequence or reply to the priest or officiant.

Respondverb

(transitive) To satisfy; to answer.

‘The prisoner was held to respond the judgment of the court.’;

Responsenoun

(liturgics) A versicle or anthem said or sung during or after a lection; a respond or responsory.

Respondnoun

A response.

Responsenoun

A reply to an objection in formal disputation.

Respondnoun

A versicle or short anthem chanted at intervals during the reading of a lection.

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Responsenoun

An online advertising performance metric representing one click-through from an online ad to its destination URL.

Respondnoun

(architecture) A half-pillar, pilaster, or any corresponding device engaged in a wall to receive the impost of an arch.

Responsenoun

A reaction to a stimulus or provocation.

Respondverb

To say somethin in return; to answer; to reply; as, to respond to a question or an argument.

Responsenoun

The act of responding.

Respondverb

To show some effect in return to a force; to act in response; to accord; to correspond; to suit.

‘A new affliction strings a new cord in the heart, which responds to some new note of complaint within the wide scale of human woe.’; ‘To every theme responds thy various lay.’;

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Responsenoun

An answer or reply.

Respondverb

To render satisfaction; to be answerable; as, the defendant is held to respond in damages.

Responsenoun

a result;

‘this situation developed in response to events in Africa’;

Respondverb

To answer; to reply.

Responsenoun

a bodily process occurring due to the effect of some foregoing stimulus or agent;

‘a bad reaction to the medicine’; ‘his responses have slowed with age’;

Respondverb

To suit or accord with; to correspond to.

‘For his great deeds respond his speeches great.’;

Responsenoun

a statement (either spoken or written) that is made in reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation;

‘I waited several days for his answer’; ‘he wrote replies to several of his critics’;

Respondnoun

An answer; a response.

Responsenoun

the manner in which something is greeted;

‘she did not expect the cold reception she received from her superiors’;

Respondnoun

A short anthem sung at intervals during the reading of a chapter.

Responsenoun

a phrase recited or sung by the congregation following a versicle by the priest or minister

Respondnoun

A half pier or pillar attached to a wall to support an arch.

Responsenoun

the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange;

‘he growled his reply’;

Respondverb

show a response or a reaction to something

Responsenoun

a verbal or written answer

‘there was laughter at his response to the question’; ‘we received 400 applications in response to one job ad’;

Respondverb

reply or respond to;

‘She didn't want to answer’; ‘answer the question’; ‘We answered that we would accept the invitation’;

Responsenoun

an answer to a question in a test, questionnaire, etc.

‘table 3.1 shows the mean number of correct responses given by each age group’;

Respondverb

respond favorably or as hoped;

‘The cancer responded to the aggressive therapy’;

Responsenoun

a part of a religious liturgy said or sung by a congregation in answer to a minister or cantor.

Respond

A respond is a half-pier or half-pillar which is bonded into a wall and designed to carry the springer at one end of an arch.

Responsenoun

a reaction to something

‘an extended, jazzy piano solo drew the biggest response from the crowd’; ‘an Honours degree course in Japanese has been established in response to an increasing demand’;

Responsenoun

an excitation of a nerve impulse caused by a change or event; a physical reaction to a specific stimulus or situation

‘we unwittingly induce Pavlovian-type responses in dogs by establishing a rigid routine for feeding’; ‘there is considerable species variation in the stomach's response to alcohol’;

Responsenoun

the way in which a mechanical or electrical device responds to a stimulus or stimuli

‘the throttle response from the 1870 cc engine is almost petrol sharp’;

Responsenoun

a bid made in answer to one's partner's preceding bid.

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