reapply

reapply

(ˌriːəˈplaɪ)
vb, -plies, -plying or -plied
1. (tr) to put or spread (something) on again: reapply sunscreen frequently.
2. (often foll by: for) to put in an application or request again

reapply


Past participle: reapplied
Gerund: reapplying

Imperative
reapply
reapply
Present
I reapply
you reapply
he/she/it reapplies
we reapply
you reapply
they reapply
Preterite
I reapplied
you reapplied
he/she/it reapplied
we reapplied
you reapplied
they reapplied
Present Continuous
I am reapplying
you are reapplying
he/she/it is reapplying
we are reapplying
you are reapplying
they are reapplying
Present Perfect
I have reapplied
you have reapplied
he/she/it has reapplied
we have reapplied
you have reapplied
they have reapplied
Past Continuous
I was reapplying
you were reapplying
he/she/it was reapplying
we were reapplying
you were reapplying
they were reapplying
Past Perfect
I had reapplied
you had reapplied
he/she/it had reapplied
we had reapplied
you had reapplied
they had reapplied
Future
I will reapply
you will reapply
he/she/it will reapply
we will reapply
you will reapply
they will reapply
Future Perfect
I will have reapplied
you will have reapplied
he/she/it will have reapplied
we will have reapplied
you will have reapplied
they will have reapplied
Future Continuous
I will be reapplying
you will be reapplying
he/she/it will be reapplying
we will be reapplying
you will be reapplying
they will be reapplying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reapplying
you have been reapplying
he/she/it has been reapplying
we have been reapplying
you have been reapplying
they have been reapplying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reapplying
you will have been reapplying
he/she/it will have been reapplying
we will have been reapplying
you will have been reapplying
they will have been reapplying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reapplying
you had been reapplying
he/she/it had been reapplying
we had been reapplying
you had been reapplying
they had been reapplying
Conditional
I would reapply
you would reapply
he/she/it would reapply
we would reapply
you would reapply
they would reapply
Past Conditional
I would have reapplied
you would have reapplied
he/she/it would have reapplied
we would have reapplied
you would have reapplied
they would have reapplied
Translations

reapply

[ˈriːəˈplaɪ]
A. VIhacer una nueva solicitud, presentar una nueva solicitud
he reapplied for a transfervolvió a solicitar traslado, hizo or presentó una nueva solicitud de traslado
B. VT [+ paint, varnish] → dar otra capa de

reapply

[ˌriːəˈplaɪ] vi
(for job)reposer sa candidature
to reapply for a job → reposer sa candidature à un poste
(for grant, loan)faire une nouvelle demande
to reapply for a loan → faire une nouvelle demande de prêt
to reapply for a grant → faire une nouvelle demande de bourse

reapply

[ˌriːəˈplaɪ] vi to reapply forfare nuovamente domanda per
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If you are in the office all day, it is still important to reapply if you go out for lunch or meetings and when you are travelling to and from work.
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The stickers can be put on children's skin, and change colour when it's time to reapply sunscreen.
At this time, we advised them that if they had an elderly relative who needed additional care and support, to reapply and to include the full personal details of the person who requires care.
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The Department for Work and Pensions is forcing a terminally ill man to reapply for his benefits - despite having just six months to live.
"All being well he'll be able to reapply for his licence next January and be able to pick up where he left off on what was until now a very successful career.
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