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refloat

(ˌriːˈfləʊt)
vb
to (cause to) float againto relaunch (a commercial enterprise, etc) or (of a commercial enterprise) to be relaunched

refloat


Past participle: refloated
Gerund: refloating

Imperative
refloat
refloat
Present
I refloat
you refloat
he/she/it refloats
we refloat
you refloat
they refloat
Preterite
I refloated
you refloated
he/she/it refloated
we refloated
you refloated
they refloated
Present Continuous
I am refloating
you are refloating
he/she/it is refloating
we are refloating
you are refloating
they are refloating
Present Perfect
I have refloated
you have refloated
he/she/it has refloated
we have refloated
you have refloated
they have refloated
Past Continuous
I was refloating
you were refloating
he/she/it was refloating
we were refloating
you were refloating
they were refloating
Past Perfect
I had refloated
you had refloated
he/she/it had refloated
we had refloated
you had refloated
they had refloated
Future
I will refloat
you will refloat
he/she/it will refloat
we will refloat
you will refloat
they will refloat
Future Perfect
I will have refloated
you will have refloated
he/she/it will have refloated
we will have refloated
you will have refloated
they will have refloated
Future Continuous
I will be refloating
you will be refloating
he/she/it will be refloating
we will be refloating
you will be refloating
they will be refloating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refloating
you have been refloating
he/she/it has been refloating
we have been refloating
you have been refloating
they have been refloating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refloating
you will have been refloating
he/she/it will have been refloating
we will have been refloating
you will have been refloating
they will have been refloating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refloating
you had been refloating
he/she/it had been refloating
we had been refloating
you had been refloating
they had been refloating
Conditional
I would refloat
you would refloat
he/she/it would refloat
we would refloat
you would refloat
they would refloat
Past Conditional
I would have refloated
you would have refloated
he/she/it would have refloated
we would have refloated
you would have refloated
they would have refloated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.refloat - set afloat again; "refloat a grounded boat"
float - set afloat; "He floated the logs down the river"; "The boy floated his toy boat on the pond"
Translations

refloat

[ˈriːˈfləʊt] VT [+ ship] → poner a flote

refloat

vt ship (fig) businesswieder flottmachen

refloat

[ˌriːˈfləʊt] vt (ship, business) → rimettere a galla
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The liner will be refloated over a six-to-seven day period and then be towed away to Genoa port in northern Italy for scrapping, where it is expected to arrive later this month.
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