refasten

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refasten

(riːˈfɑːsən)
vb (tr)
to fasten again
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refasten


Past participle: refastened
Gerund: refastening

Imperative
refasten
refasten
Present
I refasten
you refasten
he/she/it refastens
we refasten
you refasten
they refasten
Preterite
I refastened
you refastened
he/she/it refastened
we refastened
you refastened
they refastened
Present Continuous
I am refastening
you are refastening
he/she/it is refastening
we are refastening
you are refastening
they are refastening
Present Perfect
I have refastened
you have refastened
he/she/it has refastened
we have refastened
you have refastened
they have refastened
Past Continuous
I was refastening
you were refastening
he/she/it was refastening
we were refastening
you were refastening
they were refastening
Past Perfect
I had refastened
you had refastened
he/she/it had refastened
we had refastened
you had refastened
they had refastened
Future
I will refasten
you will refasten
he/she/it will refasten
we will refasten
you will refasten
they will refasten
Future Perfect
I will have refastened
you will have refastened
he/she/it will have refastened
we will have refastened
you will have refastened
they will have refastened
Future Continuous
I will be refastening
you will be refastening
he/she/it will be refastening
we will be refastening
you will be refastening
they will be refastening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refastening
you have been refastening
he/she/it has been refastening
we have been refastening
you have been refastening
they have been refastening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refastening
you will have been refastening
he/she/it will have been refastening
we will have been refastening
you will have been refastening
they will have been refastening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refastening
you had been refastening
he/she/it had been refastening
we had been refastening
you had been refastening
they had been refastening
Conditional
I would refasten
you would refasten
he/she/it would refasten
we would refasten
you would refasten
they would refasten
Past Conditional
I would have refastened
you would have refastened
he/she/it would have refastened
we would have refastened
you would have refastened
they would have refastened
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in classic literature ?
It was so negligently refastened, perhaps intentionally, on the part of Wamba, that Gurth found no difficulty in freeing his arms altogether from bondage, and then, gliding into the thicket, he made his escape from the party.
"Could that window have been closed and refastened after the flight of the assassin?" asked Rouletabille.
In either case, the refastened paper would hide every thing, and the wall would tell no tales.
This being so, they could not have refastened the sashes from the inside, as they were found fastened; - the consideration which put a stop, through its obviousness, to the scrutiny of the police in this quarter.
Their tiny diapers needed frequent changing, and their monitors had to be unhooked and refastened before and after bathing.
Several people saw this and alerted Mr Pye, who refastened the bolts.
The wires were then refastened to the studs so that the cuts were hidden behind the fastening clips.
The reliability is apparent when these connectors are used on orbiting space satellites where they cannot be refastened once already in outer space.
I knelt down on the ground and refastened it, then I sat on the bed, swung my legs up and laid myself down.
Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard Leanne had taken off the belt to put on her jacket and had not refastened it.
You may find that the insulation simply needs to be refastened. If you see that your duct isn't insulated at all, pick up duct insulation (less than $20) at the home center.
In his first outburst, he begins listing the names and means of death of soldiers, beginning with a couple of ancient Greeks and moving to more contemporary names before being slapped by a nurse and having the tape refastened on his mouth.