reapply

reapply

(ˌriːəˈplaɪ)
vb, -plies, -plying or -plied
1. (tr) to put or spread (something) on again: reapply sunscreen frequently.
2. (often foll by: for) to put in an application or request again

reapply


Past participle: reapplied
Gerund: reapplying

Imperative
reapply
reapply
Present
I reapply
you reapply
he/she/it reapplies
we reapply
you reapply
they reapply
Preterite
I reapplied
you reapplied
he/she/it reapplied
we reapplied
you reapplied
they reapplied
Present Continuous
I am reapplying
you are reapplying
he/she/it is reapplying
we are reapplying
you are reapplying
they are reapplying
Present Perfect
I have reapplied
you have reapplied
he/she/it has reapplied
we have reapplied
you have reapplied
they have reapplied
Past Continuous
I was reapplying
you were reapplying
he/she/it was reapplying
we were reapplying
you were reapplying
they were reapplying
Past Perfect
I had reapplied
you had reapplied
he/she/it had reapplied
we had reapplied
you had reapplied
they had reapplied
Future
I will reapply
you will reapply
he/she/it will reapply
we will reapply
you will reapply
they will reapply
Future Perfect
I will have reapplied
you will have reapplied
he/she/it will have reapplied
we will have reapplied
you will have reapplied
they will have reapplied
Future Continuous
I will be reapplying
you will be reapplying
he/she/it will be reapplying
we will be reapplying
you will be reapplying
they will be reapplying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reapplying
you have been reapplying
he/she/it has been reapplying
we have been reapplying
you have been reapplying
they have been reapplying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reapplying
you will have been reapplying
he/she/it will have been reapplying
we will have been reapplying
you will have been reapplying
they will have been reapplying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reapplying
you had been reapplying
he/she/it had been reapplying
we had been reapplying
you had been reapplying
they had been reapplying
Conditional
I would reapply
you would reapply
he/she/it would reapply
we would reapply
you would reapply
they would reapply
Past Conditional
I would have reapplied
you would have reapplied
he/she/it would have reapplied
we would have reapplied
you would have reapplied
they would have reapplied
Translations

reapply

[ˈriːəˈplaɪ]
A. VIhacer una nueva solicitud, presentar una nueva solicitud
he reapplied for a transfervolvió a solicitar traslado, hizo or presentó una nueva solicitud de traslado
B. VT [+ paint, varnish] → dar otra capa de

reapply

[ˌriːəˈplaɪ] vi
(for job)reposer sa candidature
to reapply for a job → reposer sa candidature à un poste
(for grant, loan)faire une nouvelle demande
to reapply for a loan → faire une nouvelle demande de prêt
to reapply for a grant → faire une nouvelle demande de bourse

reapply

[ˌriːəˈplaɪ] vi to reapply forfare nuovamente domanda per
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