redetermine


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Related to redetermine: redetermination, predetermined

redetermine

(ˌriːdɪˈtɜːmɪn)
vb (tr)
to determine again or in a different way

redetermine


Past participle: redetermined
Gerund: redetermining

Imperative
redetermine
redetermine
Present
I redetermine
you redetermine
he/she/it redetermines
we redetermine
you redetermine
they redetermine
Preterite
I redetermined
you redetermined
he/she/it redetermined
we redetermined
you redetermined
they redetermined
Present Continuous
I am redetermining
you are redetermining
he/she/it is redetermining
we are redetermining
you are redetermining
they are redetermining
Present Perfect
I have redetermined
you have redetermined
he/she/it has redetermined
we have redetermined
you have redetermined
they have redetermined
Past Continuous
I was redetermining
you were redetermining
he/she/it was redetermining
we were redetermining
you were redetermining
they were redetermining
Past Perfect
I had redetermined
you had redetermined
he/she/it had redetermined
we had redetermined
you had redetermined
they had redetermined
Future
I will redetermine
you will redetermine
he/she/it will redetermine
we will redetermine
you will redetermine
they will redetermine
Future Perfect
I will have redetermined
you will have redetermined
he/she/it will have redetermined
we will have redetermined
you will have redetermined
they will have redetermined
Future Continuous
I will be redetermining
you will be redetermining
he/she/it will be redetermining
we will be redetermining
you will be redetermining
they will be redetermining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redetermining
you have been redetermining
he/she/it has been redetermining
we have been redetermining
you have been redetermining
they have been redetermining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redetermining
you will have been redetermining
he/she/it will have been redetermining
we will have been redetermining
you will have been redetermining
they will have been redetermining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redetermining
you had been redetermining
he/she/it had been redetermining
we had been redetermining
you had been redetermining
they had been redetermining
Conditional
I would redetermine
you would redetermine
he/she/it would redetermine
we would redetermine
you would redetermine
they would redetermine
Past Conditional
I would have redetermined
you would have redetermined
he/she/it would have redetermined
we would have redetermined
you would have redetermined
they would have redetermined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.redetermine - fix, find, or establish again; "the physicists redetermined Planck's constant"
ascertain, determine, find out, find - establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study; "find the product of two numbers"; "The physicist who found the elusive particle won the Nobel Prize"
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