refasten

refasten

(riːˈfɑːsən)
vb (tr)
to fasten again

refasten


Past participle: refastened
Gerund: refastening

Imperative
refasten
refasten
Present
I refasten
you refasten
he/she/it refastens
we refasten
you refasten
they refasten
Preterite
I refastened
you refastened
he/she/it refastened
we refastened
you refastened
they refastened
Present Continuous
I am refastening
you are refastening
he/she/it is refastening
we are refastening
you are refastening
they are refastening
Present Perfect
I have refastened
you have refastened
he/she/it has refastened
we have refastened
you have refastened
they have refastened
Past Continuous
I was refastening
you were refastening
he/she/it was refastening
we were refastening
you were refastening
they were refastening
Past Perfect
I had refastened
you had refastened
he/she/it had refastened
we had refastened
you had refastened
they had refastened
Future
I will refasten
you will refasten
he/she/it will refasten
we will refasten
you will refasten
they will refasten
Future Perfect
I will have refastened
you will have refastened
he/she/it will have refastened
we will have refastened
you will have refastened
they will have refastened
Future Continuous
I will be refastening
you will be refastening
he/she/it will be refastening
we will be refastening
you will be refastening
they will be refastening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refastening
you have been refastening
he/she/it has been refastening
we have been refastening
you have been refastening
they have been refastening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refastening
you will have been refastening
he/she/it will have been refastening
we will have been refastening
you will have been refastening
they will have been refastening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refastening
you had been refastening
he/she/it had been refastening
we had been refastening
you had been refastening
they had been refastening
Conditional
I would refasten
you would refasten
he/she/it would refasten
we would refasten
you would refasten
they would refasten
Past Conditional
I would have refastened
you would have refastened
he/she/it would have refastened
we would have refastened
you would have refastened
they would have refastened
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refasten termination bar around entire roof with stainless steel tapcons.
Now, look at the structure and refasten any loose boards.
To refasten it--especially after a dream in which the soul has been called away--a red string is tied around the wrist.
You'll have to remove gutter brackets or straps and then refasten them after the apron is in place.
More curious still is that the murderer had unbuttoned Mr Thomas' cardigan, shirt and trousers and lifted up his undergarments before stabbing him in the stomach, only to then gently refasten the clothing of the dying shopkeeper.
In his initial appearance, he does not pause to refasten the top buttons of his cassock as he hurries to confront the late-night visitor to his church--a visible allusion to the unraveling of his own disciplined existence (Fig.
Before McLoughlin had time to refasten his helmet Kilkenny were awarded a penalty as Eoin Larkin was upended by Shane O'Neill within seconds of the restart.
The cause and root factor of this accident was mechanic's failure to refasten the cowling door prior to signing off the aircraft back to service.
To refasten or stretch the carpet, you need a tool called a knee kicker, which costs approximately $25.
Also, good maintenance can protect your facility during a storm: Make sure any window air-conditioners are installed snugly, refasten outdoor lighting fixtures, trim trees and shrubs, and maintain roofing so potential uplift is avoided in high winds.
Kate developed chronic insomnia and spent nights patrolling the rooms for the raccoons which had chewed a hole through the side of the house where Bill had been unable to refasten the aluminum siding.
Working on the horse's left side again, drop the nosepiece of the halter off the nose and refasten the crown strap around the neck.