derestrict


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derestrict

(ˌdiːrɪˈstrɪkt)
vb
(tr) to render or leave free from restriction, esp a road from speed limits
ˌdereˈstriction n
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derestrict


Past participle: derestricted
Gerund: derestricting

Imperative
derestrict
derestrict
Present
I derestrict
you derestrict
he/she/it derestricts
we derestrict
you derestrict
they derestrict
Preterite
I derestricted
you derestricted
he/she/it derestricted
we derestricted
you derestricted
they derestricted
Present Continuous
I am derestricting
you are derestricting
he/she/it is derestricting
we are derestricting
you are derestricting
they are derestricting
Present Perfect
I have derestricted
you have derestricted
he/she/it has derestricted
we have derestricted
you have derestricted
they have derestricted
Past Continuous
I was derestricting
you were derestricting
he/she/it was derestricting
we were derestricting
you were derestricting
they were derestricting
Past Perfect
I had derestricted
you had derestricted
he/she/it had derestricted
we had derestricted
you had derestricted
they had derestricted
Future
I will derestrict
you will derestrict
he/she/it will derestrict
we will derestrict
you will derestrict
they will derestrict
Future Perfect
I will have derestricted
you will have derestricted
he/she/it will have derestricted
we will have derestricted
you will have derestricted
they will have derestricted
Future Continuous
I will be derestricting
you will be derestricting
he/she/it will be derestricting
we will be derestricting
you will be derestricting
they will be derestricting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been derestricting
you have been derestricting
he/she/it has been derestricting
we have been derestricting
you have been derestricting
they have been derestricting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been derestricting
you will have been derestricting
he/she/it will have been derestricting
we will have been derestricting
you will have been derestricting
they will have been derestricting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been derestricting
you had been derestricting
he/she/it had been derestricting
we had been derestricting
you had been derestricting
they had been derestricting
Conditional
I would derestrict
you would derestrict
he/she/it would derestrict
we would derestrict
you would derestrict
they would derestrict
Past Conditional
I would have derestricted
you would have derestricted
he/she/it would have derestricted
we would have derestricted
you would have derestricted
they would have derestricted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.derestrict - make free from restrictions
exempt, relieve, free - grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to; "She exempted me from the exam"
restrict - place under restrictions; limit access to; "This substance is controlled"
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