Definition of rendition noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

rendition

noun
renˈdɪʃn
 
; renˈdɪʃn
 
 
1 [countable] the performance of something, especially a song or piece of music; the particular way in which it is performed
Synonym
interpretation
The band gave a live rendition of their latest single.
2 (also extraordinary rendition) [uncountable] (especially in the US) the practice of sending foreign suspects to be questioned in another country where the laws about the treatment of prisoners are less strictThey claimed that there had been rendition flights via Scotland.The move was an attempt to legalize extraordinary rendition.