relabel

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relabel

(riːˈleɪbəl)
vb (tr)
to label again; affix a new label to (something)

relabel


Past participle: relabelled
Gerund: relabelling

Imperative
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Present
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he/she/it relabels
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
I am relabelling
you are relabelling
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we are relabelling
you are relabelling
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Present Perfect
I have relabelled
you have relabelled
he/she/it has relabelled
we have relabelled
you have relabelled
they have relabelled
Past Continuous
I was relabelling
you were relabelling
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you were relabelling
they were relabelling
Past Perfect
I had relabelled
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Future
I will relabel
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Future Perfect
I will have relabelled
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Future Continuous
I will be relabelling
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been relabelling
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you have been relabelling
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been relabelling
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he/she/it will have been relabelling
we will have been relabelling
you will have been relabelling
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been relabelling
you had been relabelling
he/she/it had been relabelling
we had been relabelling
you had been relabelling
they had been relabelling
Conditional
I would relabel
you would relabel
he/she/it would relabel
we would relabel
you would relabel
they would relabel
Past Conditional
I would have relabelled
you would have relabelled
he/she/it would have relabelled
we would have relabelled
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For each rejected specimen included in the study, the following information was recorded: patient age, specimen type, laboratory testing section, test priority, time of specimen receipt and time of specimen rejection, rejection reason, detection method used for rejection due to improper labeling, whether or not a recollected or relabeled specimen was requested by the laboratory, time of recollected/ relabeled request, time of recollected/relabeled specimen receipt, recollection method for blood and urine specimens, if applicable, and result time.
A year later manufacturers relabeled these products only for use in children age 4 and older and initiated ongoing educational efforts to reinforce age-appropriate safe use and safe storage.
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing that manufacturers of antibacterial soaps prove by 2016 that the products are safe and effective, or they must be reformulated or relabeled.
Johnson & Johnson, which makes Tylenol, has periodically repackaged and relabeled Tylenol products in the past to try to reduce accidental liver damage.
That claim would suggest that at some point on the meat's trip to the factory kitchen for lasagna that horsemeat was relabeled as more expensive beef.