redigest

redigest

(ˌriːdɪˈdʒɛst; ˌriːdaɪˈdʒɛst)
vb (tr)
(Biology) to digest again

redigest


Past participle: redigested
Gerund: redigesting

Imperative
redigest
redigest
Present
I redigest
you redigest
he/she/it redigests
we redigest
you redigest
they redigest
Preterite
I redigested
you redigested
he/she/it redigested
we redigested
you redigested
they redigested
Present Continuous
I am redigesting
you are redigesting
he/she/it is redigesting
we are redigesting
you are redigesting
they are redigesting
Present Perfect
I have redigested
you have redigested
he/she/it has redigested
we have redigested
you have redigested
they have redigested
Past Continuous
I was redigesting
you were redigesting
he/she/it was redigesting
we were redigesting
you were redigesting
they were redigesting
Past Perfect
I had redigested
you had redigested
he/she/it had redigested
we had redigested
you had redigested
they had redigested
Future
I will redigest
you will redigest
he/she/it will redigest
we will redigest
you will redigest
they will redigest
Future Perfect
I will have redigested
you will have redigested
he/she/it will have redigested
we will have redigested
you will have redigested
they will have redigested
Future Continuous
I will be redigesting
you will be redigesting
he/she/it will be redigesting
we will be redigesting
you will be redigesting
they will be redigesting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redigesting
you have been redigesting
he/she/it has been redigesting
we have been redigesting
you have been redigesting
they have been redigesting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redigesting
you will have been redigesting
he/she/it will have been redigesting
we will have been redigesting
you will have been redigesting
they will have been redigesting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redigesting
you had been redigesting
he/she/it had been redigesting
we had been redigesting
you had been redigesting
they had been redigesting
Conditional
I would redigest
you would redigest
he/she/it would redigest
we would redigest
you would redigest
they would redigest
Past Conditional
I would have redigested
you would have redigested
he/she/it would have redigested
we would have redigested
you would have redigested
they would have redigested
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References in periodicals archive ?
These commemorative occasions and materials allow audiences to do just that; to redigest martial law for what it was in the Philippines in the '70s and what it still is today-to chew the cud, so to speak, 44 years after Ferdinand Marcos declared martial rule.
Consequently, the process the manager must go through to redigest and regurgitate this information is very time consuming."
Patrick's at Night), 1916, a work that redigests lessons drawn directly from F.
The cell suspension was centrifuged at 1200 rpm for 5 min to obtain a cell pellet and the debris of heart was redigested one more time by Liberase TH and collected in the same tube.
A significant amount of Viacom's digital income comes from CC, whose brief clips have been redigested for the 'Net and are a top-seller everywhere from iTunes to Xbox to Amazon.
The novel requires a gut truth, a whole-bodied verity, one which has been digested and redigested by the author.
The solution was then centrifuged on a dextran (Sigma) gradient, washed, and redigested with 1 mg/ml collagenase/dispase (Boehringer-Mannheim) for 5 h at 37 [degrees] C.
Samples that are difficult to discriminate, because of partial digestion, can be directly redigested and analyzed because of the extremely small sample quantities required by the capillary electrophoresis analysis.