regild

regild

(riːˈɡɪld)
vb (tr)
to gild again

regild


Past participle: regilded
Gerund: regilding

Imperative
regild
regild
Present
I regild
you regild
he/she/it regilds
we regild
you regild
they regild
Preterite
I regilded
you regilded
he/she/it regilded
we regilded
you regilded
they regilded
Present Continuous
I am regilding
you are regilding
he/she/it is regilding
we are regilding
you are regilding
they are regilding
Present Perfect
I have regilded
you have regilded
he/she/it has regilded
we have regilded
you have regilded
they have regilded
Past Continuous
I was regilding
you were regilding
he/she/it was regilding
we were regilding
you were regilding
they were regilding
Past Perfect
I had regilded
you had regilded
he/she/it had regilded
we had regilded
you had regilded
they had regilded
Future
I will regild
you will regild
he/she/it will regild
we will regild
you will regild
they will regild
Future Perfect
I will have regilded
you will have regilded
he/she/it will have regilded
we will have regilded
you will have regilded
they will have regilded
Future Continuous
I will be regilding
you will be regilding
he/she/it will be regilding
we will be regilding
you will be regilding
they will be regilding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been regilding
you have been regilding
he/she/it has been regilding
we have been regilding
you have been regilding
they have been regilding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been regilding
you will have been regilding
he/she/it will have been regilding
we will have been regilding
you will have been regilding
they will have been regilding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been regilding
you had been regilding
he/she/it had been regilding
we had been regilding
you had been regilding
they had been regilding
Conditional
I would regild
you would regild
he/she/it would regild
we would regild
you would regild
they would regild
Past Conditional
I would have regilded
you would have regilded
he/she/it would have regilded
we would have regilded
you would have regilded
they would have regilded
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Q: Is it possible to regild the edges of porcelain cups and saucers?
It's an irony of art history that, with this show of sixty- four works curated by Daniel Abadie, director of the Jeu de Paume, the support/surface sloganeering can even play into the hands of cultural guardians - in this case those of the host institution, which seems to be attempting to regild French art's coat of arms.
Works by Maya Eizin, Lars Hillersberg, Joakim Pirinen, Carsten Regild, Martin Wickstrom, and Ola Astrand demonstrate how different aspects of Fahlstrom's art have been adopted and developed since his death.
For the last nine years teams of untrained worshippers from the Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha in Soho Road, in Handsworth in Birmingham, have made regular trips to the Punjab to help regild the temple's renowned 200 year-old golden dome.
Coventry, city of cars and engineering, wants to regild its tarnished historical image.
The city council revealed last week it plans to renovate and regild William Bloye's 1956 group showing the industrial pioneers Matthew Boulton, James Watt and William Murdock, at a cost of pounds 50,000 and then move it across the road to Centenary Square.
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