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remould

vb (tr)
1. to mould again
2. (Automotive Engineering) to bond a new tread onto the casing of (a worn pneumatic tyre)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a tyre made by this process
Also (for senses 2, 3): retread

remould


Past participle: remoulded
Gerund: remoulding

Imperative
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Present
I remould
you remould
he/she/it remoulds
we remould
you remould
they remould
Preterite
I remoulded
you remoulded
he/she/it remoulded
we remoulded
you remoulded
they remoulded
Present Continuous
I am remoulding
you are remoulding
he/she/it is remoulding
we are remoulding
you are remoulding
they are remoulding
Present Perfect
I have remoulded
you have remoulded
he/she/it has remoulded
we have remoulded
you have remoulded
they have remoulded
Past Continuous
I was remoulding
you were remoulding
he/she/it was remoulding
we were remoulding
you were remoulding
they were remoulding
Past Perfect
I had remoulded
you had remoulded
he/she/it had remoulded
we had remoulded
you had remoulded
they had remoulded
Future
I will remould
you will remould
he/she/it will remould
we will remould
you will remould
they will remould
Future Perfect
I will have remoulded
you will have remoulded
he/she/it will have remoulded
we will have remoulded
you will have remoulded
they will have remoulded
Future Continuous
I will be remoulding
you will be remoulding
he/she/it will be remoulding
we will be remoulding
you will be remoulding
they will be remoulding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been remoulding
you have been remoulding
he/she/it has been remoulding
we have been remoulding
you have been remoulding
they have been remoulding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been remoulding
you will have been remoulding
he/she/it will have been remoulding
we will have been remoulding
you will have been remoulding
they will have been remoulding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been remoulding
you had been remoulding
he/she/it had been remoulding
we had been remoulding
you had been remoulding
they had been remoulding
Conditional
I would remould
you would remould
he/she/it would remould
we would remould
you would remould
they would remould
Past Conditional
I would have remoulded
you would have remoulded
he/she/it would have remoulded
we would have remoulded
you would have remoulded
they would have remoulded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.remould - cast again; "The bell cracked and had to be recast"
mould, mold, cast - form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold; "cast a bronze sculpture"
2.remould - give new treads to (a tire)
regenerate, renew - reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"
Translations

remould

remold (US) [ˌriːˈməʊld]
A. VTrecauchutar
B. [ˈriːməʊld] Nneumático m recauchutado, llanta f recauchutada (LAm)

remould

[ˈriːməʊld] n (British) (= tyre) → pneu m rechapé

remould

, (US) remold
vt
(Tech) tyrerunderneuern
(fig) societyumgestalten; team alsoummodeln (inf)
n (= tyre)runderneuerter Reifen

remould

[ˈriːˌməʊld] n (Brit) (tyre) → pneumatico rigenerato
References in periodicals archive ?
Remould tyres are extremely popular in Europe, although they have yet to command such a market share in the Middle East.
ReMould builds on past work undertaken to develop a continuous devulcanization system for the production of devulcanized rubber from waste tires.
Meeting arranger Janine Scott, from Norris Green, has seen improvements in her son Jack, who was fitted with special headgear to remould the disorder, and is keen to share her information with others.