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rend·er·ing / ˈrendəring/ • n. 1. a performance of a piece of music or drama: her fine rendering of “Che farò senza Eurydice” was enough to win her strong commendation. ∎  a translation: a literal rendering of an idiom. ∎  a work of visual art, esp. a detailed architectural drawing: a consummately lifelike three-dimensional rendering of a building interior. ∎  Comput. the processing of an outline image using color and shading to make it appear solid and three-dimensional. 2. the action of applying plaster to a wall. ∎  the coating applied in such a way. 3. formal the action of giving, yielding, or surrendering something: the rendering of dues.

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rendering The part of computer graphics that is concerned with getting from a three-dimensional scene (possibly containing moving objects) to a picture or animated sequence, with more or less sophistication in terms of the effect achieved.

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rendering The process of liberating the fat from the cells that constitute the adipose tissue. Dry rendering, heating the fat dry, or wet rendering, when water is present.