reread


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reread

(riːˈriːd)
vb (tr) , -reads, -reading or -read
to read (something) again

reread


Past participle: reread
Gerund: rereading

Imperative
reread
reread
Present
I reread
you reread
he/she/it rereads
we reread
you reread
they reread
Preterite
I reread
you reread
he/she/it reread
we reread
you reread
they reread
Present Continuous
I am rereading
you are rereading
he/she/it is rereading
we are rereading
you are rereading
they are rereading
Present Perfect
I have reread
you have reread
he/she/it has reread
we have reread
you have reread
they have reread
Past Continuous
I was rereading
you were rereading
he/she/it was rereading
we were rereading
you were rereading
they were rereading
Past Perfect
I had reread
you had reread
he/she/it had reread
we had reread
you had reread
they had reread
Future
I will reread
you will reread
he/she/it will reread
we will reread
you will reread
they will reread
Future Perfect
I will have reread
you will have reread
he/she/it will have reread
we will have reread
you will have reread
they will have reread
Future Continuous
I will be rereading
you will be rereading
he/she/it will be rereading
we will be rereading
you will be rereading
they will be rereading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rereading
you have been rereading
he/she/it has been rereading
we have been rereading
you have been rereading
they have been rereading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rereading
you will have been rereading
he/she/it will have been rereading
we will have been rereading
you will have been rereading
they will have been rereading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rereading
you had been rereading
he/she/it had been rereading
we had been rereading
you had been rereading
they had been rereading
Conditional
I would reread
you would reread
he/she/it would reread
we would reread
you would reread
they would reread
Past Conditional
I would have reread
you would have reread
he/she/it would have reread
we would have reread
you would have reread
they would have reread
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reread - read anew; read again; "He re-read her letters to him"
read - interpret something that is written or printed; "read the advertisement"; "Have you read Salman Rushdie?"
Translations

reread

[ˌriːˈriːd] (reread (pt, pp)) [ˌriːˈred] VTreleer, volver a leer

reread

pret, ptp <reread>
References in classic literature ?
The letter was read and reread until it was nearly worn out; everybody admired its courtly and gracious tone, and smooth and practiced style, everybody was sympathetic and excited, and the Coopers were steeped in happiness all the while.
Of late in Moscow and in the country, since he had become convinced that he would find no solution in the materialists, he had read and reread thoroughly Plato, Spinoza, Kant, Schelling, Hegel, and Schopenhauer, the philosophers who gave a non-materialistic explanation of life.
I had read and reread all the American and European papers without being any nearer a conclusion.
On swift second thought, he sat down again, pressed the electric button, and, while waiting for the club steward, reread the headline and the brief five lines.
Well," said he, when he had read and reread the letter, "very well, monsieur.
The tutors came, and the nurses, and Dmitri, and several acquaintances, and the countess reread the letter each time with fresh pleasure and each time discovered in it fresh proofs of Nikolenka's virtues.
Sometimes he had written from Boston and asked her the news of Riverboro, and she had sent him pages of quaint and childlike gossip, interspersed, on two occasions, with poetry, which he read and reread with infinite relish.
I read and reread her letter, on the chance that some slip of the pen might furnish the clew which I had failed to find in any other way.
I read and reread her letter, and some softened feelings stole into my heart and dared to whisper paradisiacal dreams of love and joy; but the apple was already eaten, and the angel's arm bared to drive me from all hope.
As soon as she went to her room, she got out her papers, and carefully reread every one of her stories.
As Rose reread the throbbing lines and pictured the eager-eyed young mother, her own sweet face glowed with reflected joy and with the knowledge that this ecstasy, this deeper understanding could come to her, too--Martin, he was vigorous, so worthy of being the father of her children.
The past must be reread upon these pages of marble.