refire

refire

(riːˈfaɪə)
vb (tr)
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) to fire (a weapon) again

refire


Past participle: refired
Gerund: refiring

Imperative
refire
refire
Present
I refire
you refire
he/she/it refires
we refire
you refire
they refire
Preterite
I refired
you refired
he/she/it refired
we refired
you refired
they refired
Present Continuous
I am refiring
you are refiring
he/she/it is refiring
we are refiring
you are refiring
they are refiring
Present Perfect
I have refired
you have refired
he/she/it has refired
we have refired
you have refired
they have refired
Past Continuous
I was refiring
you were refiring
he/she/it was refiring
we were refiring
you were refiring
they were refiring
Past Perfect
I had refired
you had refired
he/she/it had refired
we had refired
you had refired
they had refired
Future
I will refire
you will refire
he/she/it will refire
we will refire
you will refire
they will refire
Future Perfect
I will have refired
you will have refired
he/she/it will have refired
we will have refired
you will have refired
they will have refired
Future Continuous
I will be refiring
you will be refiring
he/she/it will be refiring
we will be refiring
you will be refiring
they will be refiring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been refiring
you have been refiring
he/she/it has been refiring
we have been refiring
you have been refiring
they have been refiring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been refiring
you will have been refiring
he/she/it will have been refiring
we will have been refiring
you will have been refiring
they will have been refiring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been refiring
you had been refiring
he/she/it had been refiring
we had been refiring
you had been refiring
they had been refiring
Conditional
I would refire
you would refire
he/she/it would refire
we would refire
you would refire
they would refire
Past Conditional
I would have refired
you would have refired
he/she/it would have refired
we would have refired
you would have refired
they would have refired
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The Army is hopeful to eventually use lasers as interceptors, seeing the technology as ideally suited for high-volume, low-cost threats because of lasers' inexpensive cost per shot and large capacity to refire. Traditional rocket interceptors have proven a poor defense against a proliferation of hostile drones and projectiles because the rockets run out quickly, are expensive to replace, and have a mixed success rate.
For that reason, the engine controller is designed to operate with rich mixture for several engine cycles after the refire, despite the fuel economy penalty, in order to recondition the surface of the catalyst.
In the final version--the one printed in Ariel--she hits bottom to thrill and refire: not just "little flames" anymore but "little hell flame?," she calls them.
Guerra fue una palabra constante en el discurso de Juan Manuel Santos durante su campana reeleccionista y lo fue durante la campana del plebiscito; pero vale anotar que mientras para la oposicion este concepto alude a la "amenaza terrorista y tiene un contenido ideologico a traves del slogan << castrochavismo >> [para el Gobierno] se refire a la guerra urbana, la que mas afecta a las ciudades" (Gonzales, 2016: 215) y quizas el sector que concentra la mayor contidad de electores.
Harkness told the crowd that he read a book about how "you don't retire, you refire," and announced he has decided to volunteer with both The Florida Bar Foundation and Florida Lawyers Assistance, Inc., a nonprofit program created in 1986 to help Bar members who suffer from substance abuse, mental health, or other disorders negatively affecting their lives and careers.
Worry remains over what this injury is sapping from his serve but he did enough yesterday to refire Scottish hopes of another historic run to glory.
But what a shame I thought that there isn't a nice, welcoming pub with a real fire, a jolly landlord and some real ale to refire the soul.
The best-selling author and Amazon Hall of Famer--with more than 60 books and 20 million copies sold--continued his publishing streak in 2015 with Refire! Don't Retire: Make the Rest of Your Life the Best of Your Life and The New One Minute Manager.
A friend reported that happened after he'd fired some .223 cases over 20 times without cleaning the pockets, but most of us don't refire cases that much before retiring them.)
This meant she could also work on the pieces when dry to fix, finish or refire their surfaces.