render

render ren‧der [ˈrendə ǁ -ər] verb [transitive] formal
1. to cause something to change in a particular way:

• He was denied building permission for his property, effectively rendering it worthless.

• In some cases, companies were rendered insolvent when they took on big debts in the buy-outs.

2. render accounts ACCOUNTING to officially present a company's accounts showing its profits and losses to people who own shares in it or have another interest in seeing the accounts:

• The petition claims the company failed to render proper accounts.

3. render a decision/​verdict/​judgement etc LAW to officially make a decision etc about something:

• The union hopes the board will render a verdict on the dispute this summer.

4. services rendered COMMERCE work that has been done, and that is due for payment:

• Employees who left were barred from collecting payment for services rendered before they withdrew.

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render UK US /ˈrendər/ verb [T]
to cause something or someone to be in a particular state: »

Regulation should be shifted from the sales process to the products themselves, effectively rendering financial advisors surplus to requirements.

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Billions have been spent, but not one gallon of the estimated 54m gallons of waste has been rendered harmless.

FORMAL to provide or give something such as help or a service to people: »

render aid/assistance/help

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They liaise between companies that want to buy insurance and the insurers that sell it, taking a commission for services rendered.

ACCOUNTING, FINANCE, TAX to officially prepare financial records, bills, etc. and give them to someone or make them available: »

The company had failed to render accounts to its shareholders two years in a row.

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We shall render invoices to you monthly in respect of work done by the firm.

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Thousands evade tax by not rendering returns.

to officially announce a decision or judgment about something: render a decision/verdict »

The Council is expected to render a decision soon.

render judgment »

The court's duty is to hear a matter and render judgment or direction.

IT to make an image on a computer screen appear solid and like a real object: »

The software greatly accelerates the production of high-quality rendered images of products.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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