retie


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retie

(ˌriːˈtaɪ)
vb (tr)
to tie again

retie


Past participle: retied
Gerund: retying

Imperative
retie
retie
Present
I retie
you retie
he/she/it reties
we retie
you retie
they retie
Preterite
I retied
you retied
he/she/it retied
we retied
you retied
they retied
Present Continuous
I am retying
you are retying
he/she/it is retying
we are retying
you are retying
they are retying
Present Perfect
I have retied
you have retied
he/she/it has retied
we have retied
you have retied
they have retied
Past Continuous
I was retying
you were retying
he/she/it was retying
we were retying
you were retying
they were retying
Past Perfect
I had retied
you had retied
he/she/it had retied
we had retied
you had retied
they had retied
Future
I will retie
you will retie
he/she/it will retie
we will retie
you will retie
they will retie
Future Perfect
I will have retied
you will have retied
he/she/it will have retied
we will have retied
you will have retied
they will have retied
Future Continuous
I will be retying
you will be retying
he/she/it will be retying
we will be retying
you will be retying
they will be retying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retying
you have been retying
he/she/it has been retying
we have been retying
you have been retying
they have been retying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retying
you will have been retying
he/she/it will have been retying
we will have been retying
you will have been retying
they will have been retying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retying
you had been retying
he/she/it had been retying
we had been retying
you had been retying
they had been retying
Conditional
I would retie
you would retie
he/she/it would retie
we would retie
you would retie
they would retie
Past Conditional
I would have retied
you would have retied
he/she/it would have retied
we would have retied
you would have retied
they would have retied
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.retie - tie again or anew; "retie the string and make it strong enough now"
tie, bind - fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord; "They tied their victim to the chair"
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At intervals she stands up to rest, and to retie her disarranged apron, or to pull her bonnet straight.
Roll the pork up again (no need to retie the string) and put it in the oven for 30 mins leaving the top uncovered so it browns beautifully.
We are not ready to retie the package, to do a quick patch-up.
renegotiate I, to generate re-go in tete-a-tete, range, iota I renege to get a retie on.
Wagner previously said she may have fallen into the water while trying to retie a dinghy that had slipped free of the boat.
Garnett had 23 points and 10 rebounds as the Celtics defeated Utah, 94-82, last night to retie Philadelphia for first place in the Atlantic Division.
US, Indonesia retie a controversial knot Washington's decision to resume training for the Indonesian military's special forces unit Kopassus is another step towards restoring full bilateral military ties between the two nations.
Ricky and Bianca retie the knot, 12 years after their first wedding (inset).
I was very lucky, but I got away with it, thank God, and I won't be making that mistake again," said Tizzard, who was rescued by Gingell after being sucked into the baler while attempting to retie a piece of string.
However, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak's insistence on undermining the effects of UNSC Resolution 1701, dubbing it a failure, raises questions about his intentions and the potential attempts to retie the battlefield in South Lebanon to Israeli military scenarios against Iran.
A downside to stickbaits is that you must remove the ball bearing swivel and retie directly to the line or use a snap only.
A two-time Olympic Trials marathoner, she stopped her race to rip down the ribbons and retie them to trees along the PTC.