TEM4 IELTS GRE TOEFL
1、re- "back, again" + cit- "summon" + -al.
- recital (n.)
- 1510s, a legal term, "rehearsal or statement of relevant facts," from recite + -al. Meaning "act of reciting" is from 1610s; musical performance sense is from 1811.
- 1. to give a piano recital
- 2. She gave us a boring recital of all her troubles.
- 3. She is going to give a piano recital.
- 4. Before long we all grew bored with his frequent recital of the foods he couldn't eat.
- 5. I had their total attention during the thirty-five minutes that my recital took.
[ recital 造句 ]