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redefine

(ˌriːdɪˈfaɪn)
vb (tr)
to define (something) again or differently

redefine


Past participle: redefined
Gerund: redefining

Imperative
redefine
redefine
Present
I redefine
you redefine
he/she/it redefines
we redefine
you redefine
they redefine
Preterite
I redefined
you redefined
he/she/it redefined
we redefined
you redefined
they redefined
Present Continuous
I am redefining
you are redefining
he/she/it is redefining
we are redefining
you are redefining
they are redefining
Present Perfect
I have redefined
you have redefined
he/she/it has redefined
we have redefined
you have redefined
they have redefined
Past Continuous
I was redefining
you were redefining
he/she/it was redefining
we were redefining
you were redefining
they were redefining
Past Perfect
I had redefined
you had redefined
he/she/it had redefined
we had redefined
you had redefined
they had redefined
Future
I will redefine
you will redefine
he/she/it will redefine
we will redefine
you will redefine
they will redefine
Future Perfect
I will have redefined
you will have redefined
he/she/it will have redefined
we will have redefined
you will have redefined
they will have redefined
Future Continuous
I will be redefining
you will be redefining
he/she/it will be redefining
we will be redefining
you will be redefining
they will be redefining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redefining
you have been redefining
he/she/it has been redefining
we have been redefining
you have been redefining
they have been redefining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redefining
you will have been redefining
he/she/it will have been redefining
we will have been redefining
you will have been redefining
they will have been redefining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redefining
you had been redefining
he/she/it had been redefining
we had been redefining
you had been redefining
they had been redefining
Conditional
I would redefine
you would redefine
he/she/it would redefine
we would redefine
you would redefine
they would redefine
Past Conditional
I would have redefined
you would have redefined
he/she/it would have redefined
we would have redefined
you would have redefined
they would have redefined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.redefine - give a new or different definition to; "She redefined his duties"
define, delimit, delimitate, delineate, specify - determine the essential quality of
2.redefine - give a new or different definition of (a word)
define - give a definition for the meaning of a word; "Define `sadness'"
Translations
předefinovat
przedefiniowywać

redefine

[ˌriːdɪˈfaɪn] VTredefinir

redefine

[ˌriːdɪˈfaɪn] vt
[+ relationship, role] → redéfinir
[+ word, term] → redéfinir

redefine

redefine

[ˌriːdɪˈfaɪn] vtridefinire
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