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  1. Middle English refreyn, from Middle French refrain, alteration of Old French refrait melody, response, from past participle of refraindre to break up, moderate, from Vulgar Latin *refrangere, alteration of .
  2. condone - From Latin condonare, "refrain from punishing," it does not mean "approve of, endorse"; it means "let something pass without interference even though you probably disapprove," or "pardon, forgive, overlook." burden, refrain, chorus - The burden is the main theme or gist of a speech, book, or argument—or the refrain or chorus of a song.
  3. noun a phrase or verse recurring at intervals in a song or poem, especially at the end of each stanza; chorus.
  4. refrain noun [C] (SONG) a short part of a song or poem that is repeated, esp. at the end of each longer part, or any phrase that is often repeated: Every year we hear the same refrain, that women are making great strides in business. (Definition of refrain .
  5. Refrain, phrase, line, or group of lines repeated at intervals throughout a poem, generally at the end of the stanza. Refrains are found in the ancient Egyptian .
  6. It was like the beginning of a refrain which broke off suddenly and was repeated. A few took up the refrain, but the general tone was negative. Pierre could not refrain from laughing, he thought the remark so peculiar. And so the deputy could not refrain from referring to his own anxiety.
  7. Synonyms & Antonyms of refrain (from) to resist the temptation of couldn't refrain from ruffling her nephew's neatly combed hair whenever she saw him Synonyms for refrain (from).
  8. This page shows answers to the clue Refrain, followed by ten definitions like “ A refrain (from Vulgar Latin refringere ”, “ To keep one`s self from action or interference ” and “ One or more lines repeated before or after the stanzas of a poem ”. Synonyms for Refrain are for example abstain, hold back and restrain yourself.
  9. refrain from doing [sth] v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (avoid doing) abstenerse de v prnl + prep: Please refrain from talking in the library. Por favor absténganse de hablar en la biblioteca. refrain n noun: Refers to person, place, thing.

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