rethread

rethread

(ˌriːˈθrɛd)
vb (tr)
(Knitting & Sewing) to thread (a needle) again

rethread


Past participle: rethreaded
Gerund: rethreading

Imperative
rethread
rethread
Present
I rethread
you rethread
he/she/it rethreads
we rethread
you rethread
they rethread
Preterite
I rethreaded
you rethreaded
he/she/it rethreaded
we rethreaded
you rethreaded
they rethreaded
Present Continuous
I am rethreading
you are rethreading
he/she/it is rethreading
we are rethreading
you are rethreading
they are rethreading
Present Perfect
I have rethreaded
you have rethreaded
he/she/it has rethreaded
we have rethreaded
you have rethreaded
they have rethreaded
Past Continuous
I was rethreading
you were rethreading
he/she/it was rethreading
we were rethreading
you were rethreading
they were rethreading
Past Perfect
I had rethreaded
you had rethreaded
he/she/it had rethreaded
we had rethreaded
you had rethreaded
they had rethreaded
Future
I will rethread
you will rethread
he/she/it will rethread
we will rethread
you will rethread
they will rethread
Future Perfect
I will have rethreaded
you will have rethreaded
he/she/it will have rethreaded
we will have rethreaded
you will have rethreaded
they will have rethreaded
Future Continuous
I will be rethreading
you will be rethreading
he/she/it will be rethreading
we will be rethreading
you will be rethreading
they will be rethreading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rethreading
you have been rethreading
he/she/it has been rethreading
we have been rethreading
you have been rethreading
they have been rethreading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rethreading
you will have been rethreading
he/she/it will have been rethreading
we will have been rethreading
you will have been rethreading
they will have been rethreading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rethreading
you had been rethreading
he/she/it had been rethreading
we had been rethreading
you had been rethreading
they had been rethreading
Conditional
I would rethread
you would rethread
he/she/it would rethread
we would rethread
you would rethread
they would rethread
Past Conditional
I would have rethreaded
you would have rethreaded
he/she/it would have rethreaded
we would have rethreaded
you would have rethreaded
they would have rethreaded
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As a follow-up to the monumental undertaking that preceded it, Henley's book does not attempt to rethread familiar ground but instead explores the societal and historical developments coupled with world views that ultimately shaped the policy decisions taken by African and Southeast Asian elites, which resulted in sharply different development trajectories in the two regions.
Do you think that little blur of vacation is enough to restart your passions and rethread discontinued lives-that familiar kinship that's virtually disengaged for months or years on end?
Leaving room to rethread a replacement lace, whipstitch closed the edges of the cuffs, next to the tongue.
Whenever I get a new pair of shoes, I rethread the laces so that the shoe for the right foot has the laces enter the eyelets from the top, and for the left shoe the laces go bottom up.
Yes, Sam is a good friend, but he is also on the side of a therapeutic individualism to the degree that he, as a gamgee of sorts, wants Frodo to "mend" and rethread his life narrative, placing Frodo then on a conventionally violent heroic path.
We had to recall them all and rethread them in our office.
If your sewing machine has issues with the thread bunching or needle breaking, simply rethread the machine.
It features automatic startup and ability to rethread broken strands.
When you have 4" of floss left, rethread needle and make another knot through wrapped string.
This feature does away with the need (or the operator to rethread the sheerer after an emergency stop is activated.
In the October 2012 Mystery Tools, there was a tool used to rethread a stripped thread on a bolt.
One traditional solution is to unscrew the barrel and cut off an inch or so of the barrel shank, then rethread and rechamber the barrel, but so-called "fire-lapping" can also rejuvenate a worn throat.