renderren·der /ˈrendə-ər/ verb [transitiveT] formal 1to 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.
2render accountsACCOUNTING 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.
3render a decision/verdict/judgement etcLAW to officially make a decision etc about something
The union hopes the board will render a verdict on the dispute this summer.
4services renderedCOMMERCE 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.