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re·ap·por·tion

 (rē′ə-pôr′shən)
tr.v. re·ap·por·tioned, re·ap·por·tion·ing, re·ap·por·tions
To distribute anew.

reapportion

(ˌriːəˈpɔːʃən)
vb (tr)
to change how much (of something) different people deserve or should be given; redistribute

re•ap•por•tion

(ˌri əˈpɔr ʃən, -ˈpoʊr-)

v.t.
to apportion or distribute anew.
[1965–70]

reapportion


Past participle: reapportioned
Gerund: reapportioning

Imperative
reapportion
reapportion
Present
I reapportion
you reapportion
he/she/it reapportions
we reapportion
you reapportion
they reapportion
Preterite
I reapportioned
you reapportioned
he/she/it reapportioned
we reapportioned
you reapportioned
they reapportioned
Present Continuous
I am reapportioning
you are reapportioning
he/she/it is reapportioning
we are reapportioning
you are reapportioning
they are reapportioning
Present Perfect
I have reapportioned
you have reapportioned
he/she/it has reapportioned
we have reapportioned
you have reapportioned
they have reapportioned
Past Continuous
I was reapportioning
you were reapportioning
he/she/it was reapportioning
we were reapportioning
you were reapportioning
they were reapportioning
Past Perfect
I had reapportioned
you had reapportioned
he/she/it had reapportioned
we had reapportioned
you had reapportioned
they had reapportioned
Future
I will reapportion
you will reapportion
he/she/it will reapportion
we will reapportion
you will reapportion
they will reapportion
Future Perfect
I will have reapportioned
you will have reapportioned
he/she/it will have reapportioned
we will have reapportioned
you will have reapportioned
they will have reapportioned
Future Continuous
I will be reapportioning
you will be reapportioning
he/she/it will be reapportioning
we will be reapportioning
you will be reapportioning
they will be reapportioning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reapportioning
you have been reapportioning
he/she/it has been reapportioning
we have been reapportioning
you have been reapportioning
they have been reapportioning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reapportioning
you will have been reapportioning
he/she/it will have been reapportioning
we will have been reapportioning
you will have been reapportioning
they will have been reapportioning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reapportioning
you had been reapportioning
he/she/it had been reapportioning
we had been reapportioning
you had been reapportioning
they had been reapportioning
Conditional
I would reapportion
you would reapportion
he/she/it would reapportion
we would reapportion
you would reapportion
they would reapportion
Past Conditional
I would have reapportioned
you would have reapportioned
he/she/it would have reapportioned
we would have reapportioned
you would have reapportioned
they would have reapportioned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reapportion - allocate, distribute, or apportion anew; "Congressional seats are reapportioned on the basis of census data"
allocate, apportion - distribute according to a plan or set apart for a special purpose; "I am allocating a loaf of bread to everyone on a daily basis"; "I'm allocating the rations for the camping trip"
Translations

reapportion

[ˈriːəˈpɔːʃən] VTvolver a repartir (among entre)

reapportion

vt money, food, landneu aufteilen; dutiesneu zuteilen
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