readapt


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readapt

(ˌriːəˈdæpt)
vb
to adapt (a person or thing) again or (of a person or thing) to adapt again

readapt


Past participle: readapted
Gerund: readapting

Imperative
readapt
readapt
Present
I readapt
you readapt
he/she/it readapts
we readapt
you readapt
they readapt
Preterite
I readapted
you readapted
he/she/it readapted
we readapted
you readapted
they readapted
Present Continuous
I am readapting
you are readapting
he/she/it is readapting
we are readapting
you are readapting
they are readapting
Present Perfect
I have readapted
you have readapted
he/she/it has readapted
we have readapted
you have readapted
they have readapted
Past Continuous
I was readapting
you were readapting
he/she/it was readapting
we were readapting
you were readapting
they were readapting
Past Perfect
I had readapted
you had readapted
he/she/it had readapted
we had readapted
you had readapted
they had readapted
Future
I will readapt
you will readapt
he/she/it will readapt
we will readapt
you will readapt
they will readapt
Future Perfect
I will have readapted
you will have readapted
he/she/it will have readapted
we will have readapted
you will have readapted
they will have readapted
Future Continuous
I will be readapting
you will be readapting
he/she/it will be readapting
we will be readapting
you will be readapting
they will be readapting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been readapting
you have been readapting
he/she/it has been readapting
we have been readapting
you have been readapting
they have been readapting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been readapting
you will have been readapting
he/she/it will have been readapting
we will have been readapting
you will have been readapting
they will have been readapting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been readapting
you had been readapting
he/she/it had been readapting
we had been readapting
you had been readapting
they had been readapting
Conditional
I would readapt
you would readapt
he/she/it would readapt
we would readapt
you would readapt
they would readapt
Past Conditional
I would have readapted
you would have readapted
he/she/it would have readapted
we would have readapted
you would have readapted
they would have readapted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.readapt - adapt anew; "He readapted himself"
adapt, conform, adjust - adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
2.readapt - adjust anew; "After moving back to America, he had to readjust"
adapt, conform, adjust - adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
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