rehandle

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rehandle

(riːˈhændəl)
vb (tr)
to handle again

rehandle


Past participle: rehandled
Gerund: rehandling

Imperative
rehandle
rehandle
Present
I rehandle
you rehandle
he/she/it rehandles
we rehandle
you rehandle
they rehandle
Preterite
I rehandled
you rehandled
he/she/it rehandled
we rehandled
you rehandled
they rehandled
Present Continuous
I am rehandling
you are rehandling
he/she/it is rehandling
we are rehandling
you are rehandling
they are rehandling
Present Perfect
I have rehandled
you have rehandled
he/she/it has rehandled
we have rehandled
you have rehandled
they have rehandled
Past Continuous
I was rehandling
you were rehandling
he/she/it was rehandling
we were rehandling
you were rehandling
they were rehandling
Past Perfect
I had rehandled
you had rehandled
he/she/it had rehandled
we had rehandled
you had rehandled
they had rehandled
Future
I will rehandle
you will rehandle
he/she/it will rehandle
we will rehandle
you will rehandle
they will rehandle
Future Perfect
I will have rehandled
you will have rehandled
he/she/it will have rehandled
we will have rehandled
you will have rehandled
they will have rehandled
Future Continuous
I will be rehandling
you will be rehandling
he/she/it will be rehandling
we will be rehandling
you will be rehandling
they will be rehandling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rehandling
you have been rehandling
he/she/it has been rehandling
we have been rehandling
you have been rehandling
they have been rehandling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rehandling
you will have been rehandling
he/she/it will have been rehandling
we will have been rehandling
you will have been rehandling
they will have been rehandling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rehandling
you had been rehandling
he/she/it had been rehandling
we had been rehandling
you had been rehandling
they had been rehandling
Conditional
I would rehandle
you would rehandle
he/she/it would rehandle
we would rehandle
you would rehandle
they would rehandle
Past Conditional
I would have rehandled
you would have rehandled
he/she/it would have rehandled
we would have rehandled
you would have rehandled
they would have rehandled
Translations
References in classic literature ?
There are a million or two of business firms in the country, and five or ten times as many clerks; and consider the handling and rehandling, the accounting and reaccounting, the planning and worrying, the balancing of petty profit and loss.
Tenders are invited for Rehandling og spilled raw coal under the gantry (near RGB) of belt conveyor and on the gantry from RGB entrance to head drum of 133 A&B belt conveyor of Pre-washery at Kedla Washery.
These are the postulates that are challenged by the new history when it speaks of series, divisions, limits, differences of level, shifts, chronological specificities, particular forms of rehandling, possible types of relation.
In addition, we think that a reduction of the labor load of residents by increasing the number of specialists in education and research hospitals who work under intensive patient load, and rehandling the trainer-student relationship in university hospitals in which the difference of seniority is felt with a higher degree, may be helpful in reducing burnout syndrome.
Once boulders have formed, they can be set aside in the pit; however, this can result in lost production and rehandling costs throughout the life of mine.
Match-pay involves a physical comparison of a carrier invoice with a shipper rate file or accrual amount based on the shipper's rate file--this is a process that involves several people handling and rehandling documents or files.
Specifically designed to fit Volvo L110-L350 wheel loaders, the Volvo Sand bucket, Volvo Rehandling Flat Floor bucket and Volvo Rehandling bucket enable operators to reduce cycle times through more efficient material handling and increased material capacity.
This is a slight rehandling of two lines of the "sort of a lullaby" that the Duchess sings to her baby in Carroll's Ch.
Overall, he noted, the port's rehandling capacity is greater than before, and the work climate is continuously improving.
rehandling bucket quickly fills the truck in only two passes--two full buckets for one full truck.
This combination gives high tilt-back torque and lifting power, increasing productivity when loading or rehandling.
However, the high cost of retreating and rehandling wood in two stages makes the commercial use of multistage processes unattractive.