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 the moment when he was coolly retying his shoulder knots, with his nose in the air, he saw the shadow approaching him with slow steps, so slow that he had ample time to observe that this shadow wore a cloak and a hat.
I pull myself to my feet, and I'm retying my tie and trying to dust myself down, and I hear this voice from the corner: "Aye son, I think you're in the wrong room.
In kayak fishing, you are better off retying a lure than having a rod set up for every lure you think you will need that day.
NZNO, the SFWU and the PSA have launched a campaign--We are retying on you--aimed at all women MPs.
Not only did they offer minimal coverage, but these fun-inhibiting scraps of fabric meant more time at the beach readjusting and retying than actually swimming.
Some are trying to score political points over the issue," Ecicek said in a meeting held with Turkish Bar Association (TBB) President Metin Feyzioy-lu on Thursday, adding that he finds the whole process of retying coup convicts risky and unacceptable.
An integral Bag-Vac[R] dust collector is a feature of the new mobile bulk bag unloader, creating negative pressure within the dust-tight system to collapse empty bags prior to retying and disconnection, eliminating dust emitted during manual flattening of empty bags.
Above the clamp ring, a Power-Cincher flow control valve encircles the upper portion of the bag spout to allow retying of partially empty bags.
A large door or glove box provides easy access for untying and retying the bag necks.
Immediately above the clamp ring is a "Power-Cincher" flow control valve employing a series of curved, articulated rods that cinch the bag spout concentrically, allowing dust-free retying and removal of partially empty bags.
Anca explores the complex role and position of religious minority groups in public life and in ecumenical relations, while retying on three central documents around which he frames his arguments: the Leuenberg Agreement, Die Kirche Jesu Christi, and Church-People-State-Nation.