revictual


Related to revictual: Shewn, Descoping

revictual

(ˌriːˈvɪtəl)
vb (tr)
to victual or provide with food again

revictual


Past participle: revictualled
Gerund: revictualling

Imperative
revictual
revictual
Present
I revictual
you revictual
he/she/it revictuals
we revictual
you revictual
they revictual
Preterite
I revictualled
you revictualled
he/she/it revictualled
we revictualled
you revictualled
they revictualled
Present Continuous
I am revictualling
you are revictualling
he/she/it is revictualling
we are revictualling
you are revictualling
they are revictualling
Present Perfect
I have revictualled
you have revictualled
he/she/it has revictualled
we have revictualled
you have revictualled
they have revictualled
Past Continuous
I was revictualling
you were revictualling
he/she/it was revictualling
we were revictualling
you were revictualling
they were revictualling
Past Perfect
I had revictualled
you had revictualled
he/she/it had revictualled
we had revictualled
you had revictualled
they had revictualled
Future
I will revictual
you will revictual
he/she/it will revictual
we will revictual
you will revictual
they will revictual
Future Perfect
I will have revictualled
you will have revictualled
he/she/it will have revictualled
we will have revictualled
you will have revictualled
they will have revictualled
Future Continuous
I will be revictualling
you will be revictualling
he/she/it will be revictualling
we will be revictualling
you will be revictualling
they will be revictualling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been revictualling
you have been revictualling
he/she/it has been revictualling
we have been revictualling
you have been revictualling
they have been revictualling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been revictualling
you will have been revictualling
he/she/it will have been revictualling
we will have been revictualling
you will have been revictualling
they will have been revictualling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been revictualling
you had been revictualling
he/she/it had been revictualling
we had been revictualling
you had been revictualling
they had been revictualling
Conditional
I would revictual
you would revictual
he/she/it would revictual
we would revictual
you would revictual
they would revictual
Past Conditional
I would have revictualled
you would have revictualled
he/she/it would have revictualled
we would have revictualled
you would have revictualled
they would have revictualled
Translations

revictual

[ˈriːˈvɪtl]
A. VTreabastecer
B. VIreabastecerse
References in classic literature ?
She was a screw propeller of eight hundred tons, a fast sailer, and the very vessel that had been sent out to the polar regions, to revictual the last expedition of Sir James Ross.
In two well-closed coffers, placed beneath the benches of the prow and the poop, Aramis found bread, biscuit, dried fruits, a quarter of bacon, a good provision of water in leathern bottles; the whole forming rations sufficient for people who did not mean to quit the coast, and would be able to revictual, if necessity commanded.
He was able to revictual the ship with the aid of the Coast Miwoks, the natives of the area.
This was strange because we usually had a 24-hour break to refuel and revictual.