Render – 1. To cause to become 2. to give something (service or performance) 3. to cover a wall with cement in order to protect it 4. to reproduce
To remember the definition of the word render, use the following mnemonic:
He was a reckless lender (render). Although he was providing a service, it caused him to become poor very quickly.
He first got his money from covering walls with cement and then reproducing famous artworks in large scale.
Examples of render in a sentence (to cause to become)
He hated him so much, he wanted to render him unconscious.
I think the virus will render the computer useless.
Will the heavy rain render his mission dangerous?
Examples of render in a sentence (to give something)
The paramedics will be here soon to render aid to the victims.
She wanted him to listen to her problems and render advice.
You couldn't make him render military secrets, even if you tortured him.
Examples of render in a sentence (to cover a wall with cement)
The apprentice builder decided to render the wall without supervision, he didn't do a very good job.
I'll render the internal walls ready for tiling.
Deciding to render my house in the rain was a bad idea.
Examples of render in a sentence (to reproduce)
She was able to render the eyes in her painting so they almost looked real.
The artist preferred to render popular images rather than come up with his own unique work.
I really struggle to render hands so they look lifelike.