repoint


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repoint

(ˌriːˈpɔɪnt)
vb
(Building) (tr) to repair the joints of (brickwork, masonry, etc) with mortar or cement

repoint


Past participle: repointed
Gerund: repointing

Imperative
repoint
repoint
Present
I repoint
you repoint
he/she/it repoints
we repoint
you repoint
they repoint
Preterite
I repointed
you repointed
he/she/it repointed
we repointed
you repointed
they repointed
Present Continuous
I am repointing
you are repointing
he/she/it is repointing
we are repointing
you are repointing
they are repointing
Present Perfect
I have repointed
you have repointed
he/she/it has repointed
we have repointed
you have repointed
they have repointed
Past Continuous
I was repointing
you were repointing
he/she/it was repointing
we were repointing
you were repointing
they were repointing
Past Perfect
I had repointed
you had repointed
he/she/it had repointed
we had repointed
you had repointed
they had repointed
Future
I will repoint
you will repoint
he/she/it will repoint
we will repoint
you will repoint
they will repoint
Future Perfect
I will have repointed
you will have repointed
he/she/it will have repointed
we will have repointed
you will have repointed
they will have repointed
Future Continuous
I will be repointing
you will be repointing
he/she/it will be repointing
we will be repointing
you will be repointing
they will be repointing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been repointing
you have been repointing
he/she/it has been repointing
we have been repointing
you have been repointing
they have been repointing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been repointing
you will have been repointing
he/she/it will have been repointing
we will have been repointing
you will have been repointing
they will have been repointing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been repointing
you had been repointing
he/she/it had been repointing
we had been repointing
you had been repointing
they had been repointing
Conditional
I would repoint
you would repoint
he/she/it would repoint
we would repoint
you would repoint
they would repoint
Past Conditional
I would have repointed
you would have repointed
he/she/it would have repointed
we would have repointed
you would have repointed
they would have repointed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.repoint - repair the joints of bricks; "point a chimney"
fix, furbish up, mend, repair, bushel, doctor, touch on, restore - restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
Translations

repoint

[riːˈpɔɪnt] VTrejuntar

repoint

vt (Build) → neu verfugen
References in periodicals archive ?
REPOINT UNTIL YOU RUN OUT OF MORTAR Cut out about 30cm squared of your plastic sheeting and dollop about a honeydew melon-sized amount of mortar onto this.
Repoint uses safety concepts derived from aerospace and the nuclear industry to bypass the problem of derailment at failed switches, which still happens despite modern sensing, intensive inspection and maintenance regimes.
Known as Repoint, the breakthrough is a robust and reliable points mechanism, which will improve safety, reduce maintenance costs and boost capacity on the railways.
I said, 'Well, really I'd like you to fix my overflow and repoint my brickwork.
Using the steps we show in Photos 1-8, you can expect to repoint about 20 sq.
Caerphilly county council's Cabinet will be asked today to approve the pounds 50,000 spend which will pay for an "urgent scheme" to repoint the walls of the main building.
The project will aim to eradicate ground moisture and damp ingress, repoint stonework, repair stained and leaded glass, develop new internal facilities, create new interpretation materials and deliver community engagement activities.
If it's in need of repair, you can repoint it yourself - or you may prefer to get a professional in because repointing done the wrong way can cause long-term damage.
If it's in need of repair, you can repoint it yourself or you may prefer to get a professional in because repointing done in the wrong way can cause long-term damage.
They will repoint and reconsolidate the stonework using a mixture of lime putty and gritty sand which closely matches the mortars used by the original Welsh masons in the 13th Century.