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re·bind

 (rē-bīnd′)
tr.v. re·bound (-bound′), re·bind·ing, re·binds
To bind again, especially to put a new binding on (a book).
n. (rē′bīnd′)
A book that has been rebound.

rebind

(riːˈbaɪnd)
vb (tr)
to bind (something, esp a book) again

rebind


Past participle: rebound
Gerund: rebinding

Imperative
rebind
rebind
Present
I rebind
you rebind
he/she/it rebinds
we rebind
you rebind
they rebind
Preterite
I rebound
you rebound
he/she/it rebound
we rebound
you rebound
they rebound
Present Continuous
I am rebinding
you are rebinding
he/she/it is rebinding
we are rebinding
you are rebinding
they are rebinding
Present Perfect
I have rebound
you have rebound
he/she/it has rebound
we have rebound
you have rebound
they have rebound
Past Continuous
I was rebinding
you were rebinding
he/she/it was rebinding
we were rebinding
you were rebinding
they were rebinding
Past Perfect
I had rebound
you had rebound
he/she/it had rebound
we had rebound
you had rebound
they had rebound
Future
I will rebind
you will rebind
he/she/it will rebind
we will rebind
you will rebind
they will rebind
Future Perfect
I will have rebound
you will have rebound
he/she/it will have rebound
we will have rebound
you will have rebound
they will have rebound
Future Continuous
I will be rebinding
you will be rebinding
he/she/it will be rebinding
we will be rebinding
you will be rebinding
they will be rebinding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rebinding
you have been rebinding
he/she/it has been rebinding
we have been rebinding
you have been rebinding
they have been rebinding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rebinding
you will have been rebinding
he/she/it will have been rebinding
we will have been rebinding
you will have been rebinding
they will have been rebinding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rebinding
you had been rebinding
he/she/it had been rebinding
we had been rebinding
you had been rebinding
they had been rebinding
Conditional
I would rebind
you would rebind
he/she/it would rebind
we would rebind
you would rebind
they would rebind
Past Conditional
I would have rebound
you would have rebound
he/she/it would have rebound
we would have rebound
you would have rebound
they would have rebound
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rebind - provide with a new binding; "The tattered old book is valuable and we need to rebind it"
bind - provide with a binding; "bind the books in leather"
Translations

rebind

[ˈriːˈbaɪnd] (rebound (pt, pp)) VT
1. (with string etc) → volver a atar
2. [+ book, volume] → reencuadernar
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