reship


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reship

(riːˈʃɪp)
vb
to ship againto get or put back on a shipto board or load onto a new ship

re•ship

(riˈʃɪp)

v. -shipped, -ship•ping. v.t.
1. to ship again.
2. to transfer from one ship to another.
v.i.
3. to go on a ship again.
4. (of a member of a ship's crew) to sign up for another voyage.
[1645–55]
re•ship′ment, n.

reship


Past participle: reshipped
Gerund: reshipping

Imperative
reship
reship
Present
I reship
you reship
he/she/it reships
we reship
you reship
they reship
Preterite
I reshipped
you reshipped
he/she/it reshipped
we reshipped
you reshipped
they reshipped
Present Continuous
I am reshipping
you are reshipping
he/she/it is reshipping
we are reshipping
you are reshipping
they are reshipping
Present Perfect
I have reshipped
you have reshipped
he/she/it has reshipped
we have reshipped
you have reshipped
they have reshipped
Past Continuous
I was reshipping
you were reshipping
he/she/it was reshipping
we were reshipping
you were reshipping
they were reshipping
Past Perfect
I had reshipped
you had reshipped
he/she/it had reshipped
we had reshipped
you had reshipped
they had reshipped
Future
I will reship
you will reship
he/she/it will reship
we will reship
you will reship
they will reship
Future Perfect
I will have reshipped
you will have reshipped
he/she/it will have reshipped
we will have reshipped
you will have reshipped
they will have reshipped
Future Continuous
I will be reshipping
you will be reshipping
he/she/it will be reshipping
we will be reshipping
you will be reshipping
they will be reshipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reshipping
you have been reshipping
he/she/it has been reshipping
we have been reshipping
you have been reshipping
they have been reshipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reshipping
you will have been reshipping
he/she/it will have been reshipping
we will have been reshipping
you will have been reshipping
they will have been reshipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reshipping
you had been reshipping
he/she/it had been reshipping
we had been reshipping
you had been reshipping
they had been reshipping
Conditional
I would reship
you would reship
he/she/it would reship
we would reship
you would reship
they would reship
Past Conditional
I would have reshipped
you would have reshipped
he/she/it would have reshipped
we would have reshipped
you would have reshipped
they would have reshipped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reship - place on a ship again or transfer to another ship; "reship the cargo"
ship - place on board a ship; "ship the cargo in the hold of the vessel"
Translations

reship

vt goodswieder verschiffen; (= transfer)umladen (→ to auf +acc)
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