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re·com·pose

 (rē′kəm-pōz′)
tr.v. re·com·posed, re·com·pos·ing, re·com·pos·es
1. To compose again; reorganize or rearrange.
2. To restore to composure; calm.

re′com·po·si′tion (rē′kŏm-pə-zĭsh′ən) n.
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recompose

(ˌriːkəmˈpəʊz)
vb (tr)
1. to restore to composure or calmness
2. to arrange or compose again; reform
recomposition n
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recompose


Past participle: recomposed
Gerund: recomposing

Imperative
recompose
recompose
Present
I recompose
you recompose
he/she/it recomposes
we recompose
you recompose
they recompose
Preterite
I recomposed
you recomposed
he/she/it recomposed
we recomposed
you recomposed
they recomposed
Present Continuous
I am recomposing
you are recomposing
he/she/it is recomposing
we are recomposing
you are recomposing
they are recomposing
Present Perfect
I have recomposed
you have recomposed
he/she/it has recomposed
we have recomposed
you have recomposed
they have recomposed
Past Continuous
I was recomposing
you were recomposing
he/she/it was recomposing
we were recomposing
you were recomposing
they were recomposing
Past Perfect
I had recomposed
you had recomposed
he/she/it had recomposed
we had recomposed
you had recomposed
they had recomposed
Future
I will recompose
you will recompose
he/she/it will recompose
we will recompose
you will recompose
they will recompose
Future Perfect
I will have recomposed
you will have recomposed
he/she/it will have recomposed
we will have recomposed
you will have recomposed
they will have recomposed
Future Continuous
I will be recomposing
you will be recomposing
he/she/it will be recomposing
we will be recomposing
you will be recomposing
they will be recomposing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recomposing
you have been recomposing
he/she/it has been recomposing
we have been recomposing
you have been recomposing
they have been recomposing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recomposing
you will have been recomposing
he/she/it will have been recomposing
we will have been recomposing
you will have been recomposing
they will have been recomposing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recomposing
you had been recomposing
he/she/it had been recomposing
we had been recomposing
you had been recomposing
they had been recomposing
Conditional
I would recompose
you would recompose
he/she/it would recompose
we would recompose
you would recompose
they would recompose
Past Conditional
I would have recomposed
you would have recomposed
he/she/it would have recomposed
we would have recomposed
you would have recomposed
they would have recomposed
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Translations

recompose

vt
(= rewrite)umschreiben
(= calm) to recompose oneselfsich wieder beruhigen
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