redock

redock

(riːˈdɒk)
vb
to dock (a vessel or spacecraft) again or (of a vessel or spacecraft) to dock again

redock


Past participle: redocked
Gerund: redocking

Imperative
redock
redock
Present
I redock
you redock
he/she/it redocks
we redock
you redock
they redock
Preterite
I redocked
you redocked
he/she/it redocked
we redocked
you redocked
they redocked
Present Continuous
I am redocking
you are redocking
he/she/it is redocking
we are redocking
you are redocking
they are redocking
Present Perfect
I have redocked
you have redocked
he/she/it has redocked
we have redocked
you have redocked
they have redocked
Past Continuous
I was redocking
you were redocking
he/she/it was redocking
we were redocking
you were redocking
they were redocking
Past Perfect
I had redocked
you had redocked
he/she/it had redocked
we had redocked
you had redocked
they had redocked
Future
I will redock
you will redock
he/she/it will redock
we will redock
you will redock
they will redock
Future Perfect
I will have redocked
you will have redocked
he/she/it will have redocked
we will have redocked
you will have redocked
they will have redocked
Future Continuous
I will be redocking
you will be redocking
he/she/it will be redocking
we will be redocking
you will be redocking
they will be redocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redocking
you have been redocking
he/she/it has been redocking
we have been redocking
you have been redocking
they have been redocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redocking
you will have been redocking
he/she/it will have been redocking
we will have been redocking
you will have been redocking
they will have been redocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redocking
you had been redocking
he/she/it had been redocking
we had been redocking
you had been redocking
they had been redocking
Conditional
I would redock
you would redock
he/she/it would redock
we would redock
you would redock
they would redock
Past Conditional
I would have redocked
you would have redocked
he/she/it would have redocked
we would have redocked
you would have redocked
they would have redocked
References in periodicals archive ?
The boys will be around 54 now and the names he remembers are Joe Ryan, Charlie Harry, Kenny Hendry, Phillip Carlin, Eddy Redock, John Rice, Danny Patterson and the teacher's name is Mr Trainer.
The ship, launched with supplies and repair equipment in April, was supposed to redock yesterday morning and then be jettisoned for good on Saturday.
When the bowl is empty, it will rotate to the upright position, lower itself and redock with the mixer ready for the next batch, meanwhile mixer number two is now ready to carry out the same procedure, so as to maintain uninterrupted production flow.