1) Someone who never has ideas or opinions of their own. Instead uses those of other people. In fear of their ideas or opinions being stupid. Also because if their "opinions" and "ideas" are attacked its not really their opinion or idea so they have more comfort. Or they are just huge conformists who are usually too lazy to learn about something and form an opinion on it themselves.

2) Someone who says the same thing over, tells stories multiple times, when they were only funny the first time. Or uses the same joke all the time.

How to tell if someone is the first type of repeater.

1) They express strong opinions, yet have one or two things to back it up, nothing else.
2) They never explain their copied opinions.
person: Have you heard of Iron Maiden?
repeater: Who are they?
person: A Metal band.
person2: They suck.
repeater: Yeah they suck!

person: Get off, I really don't want you on me.
repeater: Thats what she said.
group: HAHAHA!
person: That was awesome.
repeater: Thats what she said.
group: hahaha...
person: That one wasn't that good.
repeater: Thats what she said.
group: Shut the fuck up.
by joe725 November 22, 2007
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A person who needlessly repeats a punch line.
"Three Pearls"!
Group: "HAHAHA"
Repeater: "Three Pearls..."
Group: "..."
by LJ612P June 2, 2007
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1. To say stuff over and over.
2. To say stuff over and over.
3. To say stuff over and over.
4. To say stuff over and over.
by To say stuff over and over. August 18, 2003
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First Introduced by David Icke. A repeater just repeats what he or she just was told without thinking about it, frustrating someone who finds out whats repeated is a lie. Usually found in government bureaucracies.
Repeaters at the doctors office kept telling me that drugs and surgery are the only cures to what ails me.
by Stephan Smolka January 3, 2009
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1) A device that receives, amplifies (and sometimes reshapes), and retransmits a signal. It is used to boost signal levels and extend the distance a signal can be transmitted. In radio terms, the signal is usally recieved on a input frequency and then retransmitted on a different frequency (output or direct).

2) A network device that repeats signals from one cable onto one or more other cables, while restoring signal timing and waveforms. Repeaters are the most common way to connect local networks together, and can provide either Thinwire or Thickwire connections. They are commonly used to create larger local networks up to a certain limit based on the number of repeaters and the length of the cables.

3) A device inserted at intervals along a circuit to boost, and amplify an analog signal being transmitted. A repeater is sometimes needed because the quality and strength of a signal decays over distance. Repeaters are also used to regenerate a digital signal - "squaring it" and "cleaning it up" - but not changing it. You can regenerate digital signals because technology exists that can separate the actual signal from the noise, regenerating only the signal. No technology exists that can do this with analog signals. The simplest type of LAN interconnection device is a repeater. A repeater moves all received packets or frames between LAN segments. The primary function of a repeater is to extend the length of the network media, i.e. the cable.

4) someone who is repeatedly arrested for criminal behavior

5) a firearm that can fire several rounds without reloading
The Fairfax County Public Schools use digital trunked repeaters that operate in the 800 MHz range for thier school buses.

The criminal (in your case) used a repeater to kill the police officer.
by IrishRepublicanArmy December 26, 2003
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When you vomit a bit in your mouth after eating.
When your food comes back up a little, usually while attempting to burp.
After eating that sandwhich, I did a repeat and it tasted awful.
by meely November 19, 2005
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