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
relabel
relabel
Present
I relabel
you relabel
he/she/it relabels
we relabel
you relabel
they relabel
Preterite
I relabelled
you relabelled
he/she/it relabelled
we relabelled
you relabelled
they relabelled
Present Continuous
I am relabelling
you are relabelling
he/she/it is relabelling
we are relabelling
you are relabelling
they are relabelling
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
he/she/it was relabelling
we were relabelling
you were relabelling
they were relabelling
Past Perfect
I had relabelled
you had relabelled
he/she/it had relabelled
we had relabelled
you had relabelled
they had relabelled
Future
I will relabel
you will relabel
he/she/it will relabel
we will relabel
you will relabel
they will relabel
Future Perfect
I will have relabelled
you will have relabelled
he/she/it will have relabelled
we will have relabelled
you will have relabelled
they will have relabelled
Future Continuous
I will be relabelling
you will be relabelling
he/she/it will be relabelling
we will be relabelling
you will be relabelling
they will be relabelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been relabelling
you have been relabelling
he/she/it has been relabelling
we have been relabelling
you have been relabelling
they have been relabelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been relabelling
you will have been relabelling
he/she/it will have been relabelling
we will have been relabelling
you will have been relabelling
they will have been relabelling
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
you would have relabelled
they would have relabelled
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The kegs had been relabelled after being returned unsold, resulting in them displaying inaccurate best before dates, barcodes and serial numbers.
Warwickshire will continue to play under their own name in proper cricket but, to the delight of Birmingham City Council who lent the Bears PS20 million for the new Pavilion End, they will be relabelled in the shortest format.
If food manufacturers have mislabelled product or have underweight or overweight rejected product then these can often be recycled, relabelled, or repackaged in their own factories.
Meanwhile, Asda has relabelled all its Smart Price and standard-tier canned tuna with the species name 'skipjack' after taking steps to ensure no bycatch species, such as bigeye tuna, were being caught.
18 -- The new Rupee symbol certainly seems to be make an impression with the masses, and products that feature keyboards are getting relabelled all over.
According to Hadjiyiannis, who is also chairman of a farmers' union, the tomatoes were immediately distributed throughout the island's markets and supermarkets, where they were relabelled and sold as Cypriot produce for as little as e1/41 per kilo.
Drivers delivering caged eggs to Owen's farm in exchange for free range were made to wait hours, arousing suspicion that the eggs they delivered were being relabelled and sold back to them.
This terrifies me, as she has helped to destroy childhood in this country - previous generations of children who were able to enjoy and explore life without a second thought have been relabelled as troubling or dangerous, and the adults who permit them branded as irresponsible.
The Ambassador for Cyprus is angry because grapefruit from Israel has been relabelled as produce of Cyprus in order to get around an unofficial boycott of Israeli goods sparked by its invasion of Gaza in December.
This means that the importer must be able to show that the manufacturer opposes the parallel marketing of a newly packaged or relabelled product in order to "contribute to the artificial partitioning of the markets between member states".
It noted the Austrian government's recommendation of repackaging and argued that attaching labels tended to impair sales since both pharmacists and consumers tended to mistrust products in relabelled foreign packs.