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- An interpretation or performance of an artwork, especially a musical score or musical work. [from 19th c.]
- 2011 April 12, Paul Lester, The Guardian:
- The group's debut, Beloved Symphony, featuring light opera renditions of Mozart, Bach and Chopin, was deemed insufficiently classic for inclusion on the classical charts.
- A given visual reproduction of something. [from 20th c.]
- Translation between languages, or between forms of a language; a translated text or work. [from 17th c.]
- (law, chiefly US) Formal deliverance of a verdict. [from 18th c.]
- (law, chiefly US) The handing-over of someone wanted for justice who has fled a given jurisdiction; extradition. [from 19th c.]
- 2011 March 30, Ian Cobain, The Guardian:
- Since then, according to his lawyers and relatives, he has been repeatedly beaten, threatened with a firearm and with further rendition to Guantánamo by Ugandan officials, before being questioned by American officials.
- (now rare) The surrender (of a city, fortress etc.). [from 17th c.]
- (now rare) The handing over of a person or thing. [from 17th c.]
an interpretation or performance of an artwork, especially a musical score or musical work
- (transitive) To surrender or hand over (a person or thing); especially, for one jurisdiction to do so to another.