rechart

rechart

(riːˈtʃɑːt)
vb
to chart again

rechart


Past participle: recharted
Gerund: recharting

Imperative
rechart
rechart
Present
I rechart
you rechart
he/she/it recharts
we rechart
you rechart
they rechart
Preterite
I recharted
you recharted
he/she/it recharted
we recharted
you recharted
they recharted
Present Continuous
I am recharting
you are recharting
he/she/it is recharting
we are recharting
you are recharting
they are recharting
Present Perfect
I have recharted
you have recharted
he/she/it has recharted
we have recharted
you have recharted
they have recharted
Past Continuous
I was recharting
you were recharting
he/she/it was recharting
we were recharting
you were recharting
they were recharting
Past Perfect
I had recharted
you had recharted
he/she/it had recharted
we had recharted
you had recharted
they had recharted
Future
I will rechart
you will rechart
he/she/it will rechart
we will rechart
you will rechart
they will rechart
Future Perfect
I will have recharted
you will have recharted
he/she/it will have recharted
we will have recharted
you will have recharted
they will have recharted
Future Continuous
I will be recharting
you will be recharting
he/she/it will be recharting
we will be recharting
you will be recharting
they will be recharting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recharting
you have been recharting
he/she/it has been recharting
we have been recharting
you have been recharting
they have been recharting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recharting
you will have been recharting
he/she/it will have been recharting
we will have been recharting
you will have been recharting
they will have been recharting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recharting
you had been recharting
he/she/it had been recharting
we had been recharting
you had been recharting
they had been recharting
Conditional
I would rechart
you would rechart
he/she/it would rechart
we would rechart
you would rechart
they would rechart
Past Conditional
I would have recharted
you would have recharted
he/she/it would have recharted
we would have recharted
you would have recharted
they would have recharted
References in classic literature ?
"It was a purely scientific research party sent out by my father's father, the Jeddak of Helium, to rechart the air currents, and to take atmospheric density tests," replied the fair prisoner, in a low, well-modulated voice.
The SEC decision, when finally issued, will provide definitive and just resolution to PSI current corporate challenges, and will enable the hospital to rechart the course of growth and leadership it has pursued over the last five decades," said Atty.
It would be exciting to see more schools getting disruptive and more students in the UAE being offered opportunities to rechart their journey of discovery anew.
(126.) James Morgan, "Trying to Rechart Course for G.O.P.," Daily Boston Globe, 6 February 1938, D4.
As the Bureau's new leadership begins to rechart the agency's course, the reform agenda aims to outline concrete steps that would improve consumer protection; ensure consumers have access to the marketplace and choice in products and services; and promote access to financial information so consumers can make informed decisions.
For over a decade, this course has given hundreds of adults, some of them immigrants or refugees, the knowledge, confidence, and power to rechart their lives.
To attempt to "revisit" these places now, these sites of resistance from Basra to Guantanamo, to rechart their place in literature, review their location in political histories, is less a project in the nostalgics of recuperation than a renewed struggle to recapture, recall, maybe even relive or revive, the liberatory agendas, strategies, outlines, stories, short and long, visions that once led, could still lead.
As a result, Waldie's memoir allows us to rechart the spiritual geography of suburbia, viewing its limitations as possibility and its possibilities as limitations.
The final two essays in this special issue, Jodi Schorb's study of the representations of heart in eighteenth-century execution sermons and the Declaration of Debora Proctor, introduced and analyzed by Abby Chandler, suggest other ways to rechart the history of American women writers and, as Gaul writes, "force us to reconceptualize conventional trajectories for the historical development of the seduction and sentimental narratives," not through the transnational but by reconsidering how women engaged legal mechanisms in eighteenth-century New England in ways that were less ideologically fixed than more familiar literary histories of the rise of the seduction novel might suggest (279).
Efforts to rechart the boundaries of modernism in relation to the middlebrow can be seen in the journal Modernist Cultures, the series Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace, and in Chiara Brigand and Kathy Mezei.
I always fear for you,dear daughter,and the` spirit that knows no boundsC*.and in panic I tried to rechart the journey of your life, and give you a new map but Alas!
Yet her gesture is far from modest: The artist proposes to rechart the world in order to better inhabit it.