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rebore

n
(Automotive Engineering) the process of boring out the cylinders of a worn reciprocating engine and fitting oversize pistons
vb
(Automotive Engineering) (tr) to carry out this process

rebore


Past participle: rebored
Gerund: reboring

Imperative
rebore
rebore
Present
I rebore
you rebore
he/she/it rebores
we rebore
you rebore
they rebore
Preterite
I rebored
you rebored
he/she/it rebored
we rebored
you rebored
they rebored
Present Continuous
I am reboring
you are reboring
he/she/it is reboring
we are reboring
you are reboring
they are reboring
Present Perfect
I have rebored
you have rebored
he/she/it has rebored
we have rebored
you have rebored
they have rebored
Past Continuous
I was reboring
you were reboring
he/she/it was reboring
we were reboring
you were reboring
they were reboring
Past Perfect
I had rebored
you had rebored
he/she/it had rebored
we had rebored
you had rebored
they had rebored
Future
I will rebore
you will rebore
he/she/it will rebore
we will rebore
you will rebore
they will rebore
Future Perfect
I will have rebored
you will have rebored
he/she/it will have rebored
we will have rebored
you will have rebored
they will have rebored
Future Continuous
I will be reboring
you will be reboring
he/she/it will be reboring
we will be reboring
you will be reboring
they will be reboring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reboring
you have been reboring
he/she/it has been reboring
we have been reboring
you have been reboring
they have been reboring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reboring
you will have been reboring
he/she/it will have been reboring
we will have been reboring
you will have been reboring
they will have been reboring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reboring
you had been reboring
he/she/it had been reboring
we had been reboring
you had been reboring
they had been reboring
Conditional
I would rebore
you would rebore
he/she/it would rebore
we would rebore
you would rebore
they would rebore
Past Conditional
I would have rebored
you would have rebored
he/she/it would have rebored
we would have rebored
you would have rebored
they would have rebored
Translations

rebore

[ˈriːˈbɔːʳ] (Tech)
A. Nrectificado m
B. VTrectificar

rebore

vtwieder bohren; holenoch einmal bohren; (Aut) engineausbohren
n (Aut) this engine needs a reboreder Motor muss ausgebohrt werden
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