regrade


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regrade

(riːˈɡreɪd)
vb
1. (tr) to grade again
2. (intr) to fall back; to regress
3. (tr) to reassign or reclassify
4. (tr) to degrade

regrade

To determine that certain classified information requires, in the interests of national defense, a higher or a lower degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure than currently provided, coupled with a changing of the classification designation to reflect such higher or lower degree.

regrade


Past participle: regraded
Gerund: regrading

Imperative
regrade
regrade
Present
I regrade
you regrade
he/she/it regrades
we regrade
you regrade
they regrade
Preterite
I regraded
you regraded
he/she/it regraded
we regraded
you regraded
they regraded
Present Continuous
I am regrading
you are regrading
he/she/it is regrading
we are regrading
you are regrading
they are regrading
Present Perfect
I have regraded
you have regraded
he/she/it has regraded
we have regraded
you have regraded
they have regraded
Past Continuous
I was regrading
you were regrading
he/she/it was regrading
we were regrading
you were regrading
they were regrading
Past Perfect
I had regraded
you had regraded
he/she/it had regraded
we had regraded
you had regraded
they had regraded
Future
I will regrade
you will regrade
he/she/it will regrade
we will regrade
you will regrade
they will regrade
Future Perfect
I will have regraded
you will have regraded
he/she/it will have regraded
we will have regraded
you will have regraded
they will have regraded
Future Continuous
I will be regrading
you will be regrading
he/she/it will be regrading
we will be regrading
you will be regrading
they will be regrading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been regrading
you have been regrading
he/she/it has been regrading
we have been regrading
you have been regrading
they have been regrading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been regrading
you will have been regrading
he/she/it will have been regrading
we will have been regrading
you will have been regrading
they will have been regrading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been regrading
you had been regrading
he/she/it had been regrading
we had been regrading
you had been regrading
they had been regrading
Conditional
I would regrade
you would regrade
he/she/it would regrade
we would regrade
you would regrade
they would regrade
Past Conditional
I would have regraded
you would have regraded
he/she/it would have regraded
we would have regraded
you would have regraded
they would have regraded
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The vast majority of pupils in Wales entitled to a regrade of their GCSE English Language results are expected to receive their new grades tomorrow
The presiding officer stated in an interview that it was a regrade not an increase as such and that the higher allowance would attract highly qualified professional people to stand at future Assembly elections.
But he said it was not waste disposal and submitted a planning application to regrade the cutting.
In August last year a Coventry man agreed with his credit card company to regrade his card.
The rainy season is not the best time to regrade, unless matters have reached a point where the foundation of your house is threatened.
SIR - On Tuesday the Welsh Labour Government Minister for Education and Skills, Leighton Andrews, issued a direction to WJEC to re-grade this summer's GCSE English Language results for qualifications delivered in Wales ("Pupils across Wales facing regrade of English GCSEs", Sep 11).
Home Secretary Jacqui Smith (Lab, Redditch) will have the responsibility of deciding whether to regrade cannabis when the committee reports back next year.
5 million to regrade the Borchard Road extension to 8 percent.
The council has been working with three trade unions - Apex, Unison and T&G - to regrade jobs to a new pay scale.
Leighton Andrews has asked the WJEC exam board to regrade the papers, claiming this year's outcome is "unjustifiable and almost certainly unfair to candidates".
He's played as an amateur for three years - and yet when we sent in his form as an amateur, we were told we'd have to regrade him.
But state archeologists say remnants of a historic stagecoach route and an ancient Indian village bear a $24 million scar from an errant bulldozer used by the Los Angeles County Fire Department in late 1993 to regrade an access road through the area under contract for Southern California Edison Co.