rechristen

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rechristen

(riːˈkrɪsən)
vb (tr)
to give a new name to (a place, thing, or person), esp officially or formally

rechristen


Past participle: rechristened
Gerund: rechristening

Imperative
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Present
I rechristen
you rechristen
he/she/it rechristens
we rechristen
you rechristen
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Preterite
I rechristened
you rechristened
he/she/it rechristened
we rechristened
you rechristened
they rechristened
Present Continuous
I am rechristening
you are rechristening
he/she/it is rechristening
we are rechristening
you are rechristening
they are rechristening
Present Perfect
I have rechristened
you have rechristened
he/she/it has rechristened
we have rechristened
you have rechristened
they have rechristened
Past Continuous
I was rechristening
you were rechristening
he/she/it was rechristening
we were rechristening
you were rechristening
they were rechristening
Past Perfect
I had rechristened
you had rechristened
he/she/it had rechristened
we had rechristened
you had rechristened
they had rechristened
Future
I will rechristen
you will rechristen
he/she/it will rechristen
we will rechristen
you will rechristen
they will rechristen
Future Perfect
I will have rechristened
you will have rechristened
he/she/it will have rechristened
we will have rechristened
you will have rechristened
they will have rechristened
Future Continuous
I will be rechristening
you will be rechristening
he/she/it will be rechristening
we will be rechristening
you will be rechristening
they will be rechristening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rechristening
you have been rechristening
he/she/it has been rechristening
we have been rechristening
you have been rechristening
they have been rechristening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rechristening
you will have been rechristening
he/she/it will have been rechristening
we will have been rechristening
you will have been rechristening
they will have been rechristening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rechristening
you had been rechristening
he/she/it had been rechristening
we had been rechristening
you had been rechristening
they had been rechristening
Conditional
I would rechristen
you would rechristen
he/she/it would rechristen
we would rechristen
you would rechristen
they would rechristen
Past Conditional
I would have rechristened
you would have rechristened
he/she/it would have rechristened
we would have rechristened
you would have rechristened
they would have rechristened
Translations

rechristen

[ˈriːˈkrɪsn] VT (Rel) → rebautizar; (= rename) → poner nuevo nombre a
they have rechristened the boat "Gloria"han puesto al barco el nuevo nombre de "Gloria"

rechristen

vtumtaufen; it was rechristened Leningrades wurde in Leningrad umbenannt or umgetauft
References in classic literature ?
Of course she has an Indian name already; Indians always rechristen a stranger early.
Hoping to throw the cops off her scent, Erin rechristens herself Katie Feldman and lands a job as a waitress.
Hoping to throw the cops off her scent, Erin alights in a quaint fishing community, where she rechristens herself Katie Feldman and lands a job as a waitress.
Hoping to throw the cops off her scent, she hides in the quaint fishing community of Southport, North Carolina, where she rechristens herself Katie Feldman and lands a job as a waitress at the local seafood restaurant.
She interprets the figure, whom she rechristens Mary Magdalen as Melancholy, as a symbolic self-portrait of the artist couched in terms which had previously been the exclusive property of Artemisia's male contemporaries.
He's a good guy and he has a calling, always,'' Duvall says of Sonny Dewey, a Texas minister who rechristens himself The Apostle E.
In this idyll, Erin rechristens herself Katie Feldman and lands a job as a waitress at the local seafood restaurant.