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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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These words had much power, for they rendered mute and attentive all the royal personages, who, with very various sentiments, set about recomposing at the same time the mysteries which the young had not seen, and which the old had believed to be forever effaced.
"My little retreat is made a paradise." Recomposing himself on the sofa like the second gentleman in Europe.
He passed whole months in decomposing and recomposing words and fitting them to new meanings.
He announced a recomposing of the RS government but did not specify any details.
By taking the painting off the stretcher in the 1970s--cutting the canvas and recomposing it by piecing and stitching it together--she alludes to domesticity and feminist ideology.
The Queen could be seen recomposing herself after catching a puzzled Prince William by the hand.
2.1 Image Decomposing and Recomposing based Image Fusion
It's been 11 years, but I still sometimes find myself stuck back in time to that wintry night, composing and recomposing that opening farewell.
'The major task is recomposing the second schedule which does not encourage development and when you enjoy a cordial relationship with the National Assembly and see it as an independent partner in progress rather than as a competitor, you can achieve great things,' he said.
The second, recomposing consumption, requires at the least a shift from coordinated to more 'reflexive' form of capitalism.
For example, many of the variant words are about the same length and share multiple letters (even when not in the alliterative positon) but do not necessarily make equal sense; this situation is much more likely to occur if a scribe was trying to puzzle out the word that was written than if he was freely recomposing. Thus, Neidorf concludes that lexemic theory accounts for manuscript variants better than the idea of recomposition because it provides a more logical explanation of the existing variants and also because it is not an overarching theory that predicts how much variation to expect but rather a theory that explains what occurs on a case-by-case basis.