reforge


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reforge

(riːˈfɔːdʒ)
vb (tr)
to forge again

reforge


Past participle: reforged
Gerund: reforging

Imperative
reforge
reforge
Present
I reforge
you reforge
he/she/it reforges
we reforge
you reforge
they reforge
Preterite
I reforged
you reforged
he/she/it reforged
we reforged
you reforged
they reforged
Present Continuous
I am reforging
you are reforging
he/she/it is reforging
we are reforging
you are reforging
they are reforging
Present Perfect
I have reforged
you have reforged
he/she/it has reforged
we have reforged
you have reforged
they have reforged
Past Continuous
I was reforging
you were reforging
he/she/it was reforging
we were reforging
you were reforging
they were reforging
Past Perfect
I had reforged
you had reforged
he/she/it had reforged
we had reforged
you had reforged
they had reforged
Future
I will reforge
you will reforge
he/she/it will reforge
we will reforge
you will reforge
they will reforge
Future Perfect
I will have reforged
you will have reforged
he/she/it will have reforged
we will have reforged
you will have reforged
they will have reforged
Future Continuous
I will be reforging
you will be reforging
he/she/it will be reforging
we will be reforging
you will be reforging
they will be reforging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reforging
you have been reforging
he/she/it has been reforging
we have been reforging
you have been reforging
they have been reforging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reforging
you will have been reforging
he/she/it will have been reforging
we will have been reforging
you will have been reforging
they will have been reforging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reforging
you had been reforging
he/she/it had been reforging
we had been reforging
you had been reforging
they had been reforging
Conditional
I would reforge
you would reforge
he/she/it would reforge
we would reforge
you would reforge
they would reforge
Past Conditional
I would have reforged
you would have reforged
he/she/it would have reforged
we would have reforged
you would have reforged
they would have reforged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reforge - cast or model anew; "She had to recast her image to please the electorate in her home state"
redo, refashion, remake, make over - make new; "She is remaking her image"
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They rekindled the traditions within their own cultures to help reforge the chain of broken tradition.
It is beginning to look like it may be left to others to reforge the case for independence because Sturgeon can't switch channels any more than she can switch off the dream.
Deulofeu struck up a strong understanding with Lukaku in the first half of last season and hopes to reforge that bond.
Ainsi Lulle conclut-il qu'un Art de Contemplation en Dieu reforge bien la theologie de sorte qu'elle ne se definit intellectuellement comme science de Dieu qu'au moyen de la demonstration obvie de defendre chaque article de croyance catholique contre toute objection des infideles.
Participants in the event said that the current crisis proved that most of the media outlets are not neutral and they are actually an accomplice in bloodshed as they have been trying to reforge a reality that serves their agendas.
In Twist of the Blade, the second book in The Shards of Excalibur series, Edward Willett intensifies the stakes for Ariane Forsythe and Wally Knight as they continue their quest (begun in Song of the Sword) against Rex Major, aka Merlin, to reforge Excalibur and save the world.
FELIX MAGATH has backed striker Ross McCormack to reforge his lethal partnership with Matt Smith and fire Fulham up the table.
With a focus on pinpointing "truth," the speaker performs a rigorous examination of his cycles of thought and the ways in which he chooses to unconsciously reforge his memories.
made them strong and keen again to see and smell and touch and taste and hear, cleared them to end the tiredness and to reforge in him a.
The emergence of it as an independent country will reforge England as an invigorated, united, multiethnic, modern nation whose people have a common identity and purpose.
Nicola Gordon-Bowe's essay on the "Iconic Book," and the stories of the Cuala and Dolmen Presses here remind us of signal efforts to reforge symbolic links with the Celtic Romanesque.
Caulfield shows how some of these relied on state support to protect them from the CTM, and in return supported the Salinas administration's attempt to reforge Mexican labour relations along non-adversarial lines; others, notably the miners' union, sought to increase their independence from the state, and found themselves in head-to-head confrontation with both employers and governments.