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rename

(riːˈneɪm)
vb (tr)
to change the name of (someone or something)

rename


Past participle: renamed
Gerund: renaming

Imperative
rename
rename
Present
I rename
you rename
he/she/it renames
we rename
you rename
they rename
Preterite
I renamed
you renamed
he/she/it renamed
we renamed
you renamed
they renamed
Present Continuous
I am renaming
you are renaming
he/she/it is renaming
we are renaming
you are renaming
they are renaming
Present Perfect
I have renamed
you have renamed
he/she/it has renamed
we have renamed
you have renamed
they have renamed
Past Continuous
I was renaming
you were renaming
he/she/it was renaming
we were renaming
you were renaming
they were renaming
Past Perfect
I had renamed
you had renamed
he/she/it had renamed
we had renamed
you had renamed
they had renamed
Future
I will rename
you will rename
he/she/it will rename
we will rename
you will rename
they will rename
Future Perfect
I will have renamed
you will have renamed
he/she/it will have renamed
we will have renamed
you will have renamed
they will have renamed
Future Continuous
I will be renaming
you will be renaming
he/she/it will be renaming
we will be renaming
you will be renaming
they will be renaming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been renaming
you have been renaming
he/she/it has been renaming
we have been renaming
you have been renaming
they have been renaming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been renaming
you will have been renaming
he/she/it will have been renaming
we will have been renaming
you will have been renaming
they will have been renaming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been renaming
you had been renaming
he/she/it had been renaming
we had been renaming
you had been renaming
they had been renaming
Conditional
I would rename
you would rename
he/she/it would rename
we would rename
you would rename
they would rename
Past Conditional
I would have renamed
you would have renamed
he/she/it would have renamed
we would have renamed
you would have renamed
they would have renamed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rename - assign a new name to; "Many streets in the former East Germany were renamed in 1990"
call, name - assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to; "They named their son David"; "The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"
2.rename - name again or anew; "He was renamed Minister of the Interior"
name, nominate, make - charge with a function; charge to be; "She was named Head of the Committee"; "She was made president of the club"
Translations

rename

[ˈriːˈneɪm] VTponer nuevo nombre a
they have renamed it "Mon Repos"le han puesto el nuevo nombre de "Mon Repos"

rename

[ˌriːˈneɪm] vt [+ person, town, building, company, organization] → rebaptiser; [+ computer file] → renommer

rename

vtumbenennen (also Comput), → umtaufen; Leningrad was renamed St PetersburgLeningrad wurde in St. Petersburg umbenannt

rename

[ˌriːˈneɪm] vtribattezzare
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