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re·dis·trib·ute

 (rē′dĭ-strĭb′yo͞ot)
tr.v. re·dis·trib·ut·ed, re·dis·trib·ut·ing, re·dis·trib·utes
To distribute again in a different way; reallocate.

redistribute

(ˌriːdɪˈstrɪbjuːt)
vb (tr)
to distribute (something) again or differently
ˌredisˈtributive adj

re•dis•trib•ute

(ˌri dɪˈstrɪb yut)

v.t. -ut•ed, -ut•ing.
1. to distribute again or anew.
2. to alter the distribution of; apportion differently.

redistribute


Past participle: redistributed
Gerund: redistributing

Imperative
redistribute
redistribute
Present
I redistribute
you redistribute
he/she/it redistributes
we redistribute
you redistribute
they redistribute
Preterite
I redistributed
you redistributed
he/she/it redistributed
we redistributed
you redistributed
they redistributed
Present Continuous
I am redistributing
you are redistributing
he/she/it is redistributing
we are redistributing
you are redistributing
they are redistributing
Present Perfect
I have redistributed
you have redistributed
he/she/it has redistributed
we have redistributed
you have redistributed
they have redistributed
Past Continuous
I was redistributing
you were redistributing
he/she/it was redistributing
we were redistributing
you were redistributing
they were redistributing
Past Perfect
I had redistributed
you had redistributed
he/she/it had redistributed
we had redistributed
you had redistributed
they had redistributed
Future
I will redistribute
you will redistribute
he/she/it will redistribute
we will redistribute
you will redistribute
they will redistribute
Future Perfect
I will have redistributed
you will have redistributed
he/she/it will have redistributed
we will have redistributed
you will have redistributed
they will have redistributed
Future Continuous
I will be redistributing
you will be redistributing
he/she/it will be redistributing
we will be redistributing
you will be redistributing
they will be redistributing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been redistributing
you have been redistributing
he/she/it has been redistributing
we have been redistributing
you have been redistributing
they have been redistributing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been redistributing
you will have been redistributing
he/she/it will have been redistributing
we will have been redistributing
you will have been redistributing
they will have been redistributing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been redistributing
you had been redistributing
he/she/it had been redistributing
we had been redistributing
you had been redistributing
they had been redistributing
Conditional
I would redistribute
you would redistribute
he/she/it would redistribute
we would redistribute
you would redistribute
they would redistribute
Past Conditional
I would have redistributed
you would have redistributed
he/she/it would have redistributed
we would have redistributed
you would have redistributed
they would have redistributed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.redistribute - distribute anew; "redistribute the troops more strategically"
spread, distribute - distribute or disperse widely; "The invaders spread their language all over the country"

redistribute

verb re-allocate, divide up, share out, reassign, re-allot, re-apportion Taxes could be used to redistribute income.
Translations

redistribute

[ˈriːdɪsˈtrɪbjuːt] VTdistribuir de nuevo, volver a distribuir

redistribute

[ˌriːdɪˈstrɪbjuːt] vt
[+ wealth, income] → redistribuer
[+ weight, load] → répartir différemment

redistribute

vt wealthumverteilen, neu verteilen; (= reallocate) workneu zuteilen

redistribute

[ˌriːdɪsˈtrɪbjuːt] vtridistribuire
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