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See definition of iterated on Dictionary.com
  • as infrequent
  • as inhabitual

synonyms for iterated

  • commonplace
  • constant
  • continual
  • incessant
  • intermittent
  • numerous
  • periodic
  • persistent
  • recurrent
  • usual
  • expected
  • general
  • manifold
  • recurring
  • reiterated
  • a good many
  • customary
  • everyday
  • familiar
  • habitual
  • many
  • monotonous
  • numberless
  • perpetual
  • pleonastic
  • profuse
  • redundant
  • reiterative
  • successive
  • thick
  • ubiquitous
  • various
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antonyms for iterated

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  • broken
  • ceasing
  • continual
  • ending
  • inconstant
  • infrequent
  • intermittent
  • interrupted
  • irregular
  • permanent
  • uncommon
  • unusual
  • occasional
  • rare
  • sporadic
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How to use iterated in a sentence

By iterating this process, AlphaFold was able to “determine highly-accurate structures in a matter of days,” wrote DeepMind.
DEEPMIND’S ALPHAFOLD IS CLOSE TO SOLVING ONE OF BIOLOGY’S GREATEST CHALLENGESSHELLY FANDECEMBER 15, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
This makes it easy for us to iterate on recipes based on customer feedback and move quickly on huge initiatives like the Restaurant Project.
THE BOUTIQUE APERITIF BRAND FINDING FAVOR WITH MILLENNIALS MAKING MORE COCKTAILS AT HOMERACHEL KINGNOVEMBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
So, after months of iterating, Campuswire has adapted its monetization strategy and today announced that it is launching live courses taught by professors.
AS EDTECH CROWDS UP, CAMPUSWIRE BETS BIG ON REAL-TIME LEARNINGNATASHA MASCARENHASNOVEMBER 11, 2020TECHCRUNCH
If the campaign doesn’t perform to your expectations, iterate on your approach or move on to a new program.
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I think that’s really cool for theater continuing to iterate as a form and for it to be central in a time of tumult and change.
WITH PLAYHOUSES DARK, INTERACTIVE THEATER ONLINE IS LIGHTING THINGS UPPETER MARKSOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
"You wanted to see me about something," he iterated, wandering.
JOAN THURSDAYLOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
That sentence, so frequently iterated, that "No more would be heard of him," showed a remarkable error in valuation of his powers.
OSCAR WILDEARTHUR RANSOME
Without a mistake the woman in hypnosis iterated the commands imposed upon her.
RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
He finds it difficult to tell the truth, and trusts to iterated professions to be taken for truths.
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND HOW HE RECEIVED AND IMPARTED THE SPIRIT OF DISCOVERYJUSTIN WINSOR
It must be iterated and reiterated: The new society will not elect to lead a proletarian existence.
WOMAN AND SOCIALISMAUGUST BEBEL
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