remortgage


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remortgage

(riːˈmɔːɡɪdʒ)
vb
(Banking & Finance) to take out a new or different mortgage on (a property)

remortgage


Past participle: remortgaged
Gerund: remortgaging

Imperative
remortgage
remortgage
Present
I remortgage
you remortgage
he/she/it remortgages
we remortgage
you remortgage
they remortgage
Preterite
I remortgaged
you remortgaged
he/she/it remortgaged
we remortgaged
you remortgaged
they remortgaged
Present Continuous
I am remortgaging
you are remortgaging
he/she/it is remortgaging
we are remortgaging
you are remortgaging
they are remortgaging
Present Perfect
I have remortgaged
you have remortgaged
he/she/it has remortgaged
we have remortgaged
you have remortgaged
they have remortgaged
Past Continuous
I was remortgaging
you were remortgaging
he/she/it was remortgaging
we were remortgaging
you were remortgaging
they were remortgaging
Past Perfect
I had remortgaged
you had remortgaged
he/she/it had remortgaged
we had remortgaged
you had remortgaged
they had remortgaged
Future
I will remortgage
you will remortgage
he/she/it will remortgage
we will remortgage
you will remortgage
they will remortgage
Future Perfect
I will have remortgaged
you will have remortgaged
he/she/it will have remortgaged
we will have remortgaged
you will have remortgaged
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Future Continuous
I will be remortgaging
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he/she/it will be remortgaging
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you will be remortgaging
they will be remortgaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been remortgaging
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he/she/it has been remortgaging
we have been remortgaging
you have been remortgaging
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been remortgaging
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he/she/it will have been remortgaging
we will have been remortgaging
you will have been remortgaging
they will have been remortgaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been remortgaging
you had been remortgaging
he/she/it had been remortgaging
we had been remortgaging
you had been remortgaging
they had been remortgaging
Conditional
I would remortgage
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he/she/it would remortgage
we would remortgage
you would remortgage
they would remortgage
Past Conditional
I would have remortgaged
you would have remortgaged
he/she/it would have remortgaged
we would have remortgaged
you would have remortgaged
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