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regrade

(riːˈɡreɪd)
vb
1. (tr) to grade again
2. (intr) to fall back; to regress
3. (tr) to reassign or reclassify
4. (tr) to degrade

regrade

To determine that certain classified information requires, in the interests of national defense, a higher or a lower degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure than currently provided, coupled with a changing of the classification designation to reflect such higher or lower degree.

regrade


Past participle: regraded
Gerund: regrading

Imperative
regrade
regrade
Present
I regrade
you regrade
he/she/it regrades
we regrade
you regrade
they regrade
Preterite
I regraded
you regraded
he/she/it regraded
we regraded
you regraded
they regraded
Present Continuous
I am regrading
you are regrading
he/she/it is regrading
we are regrading
you are regrading
they are regrading
Present Perfect
I have regraded
you have regraded
he/she/it has regraded
we have regraded
you have regraded
they have regraded
Past Continuous
I was regrading
you were regrading
he/she/it was regrading
we were regrading
you were regrading
they were regrading
Past Perfect
I had regraded
you had regraded
he/she/it had regraded
we had regraded
you had regraded
they had regraded
Future
I will regrade
you will regrade
he/she/it will regrade
we will regrade
you will regrade
they will regrade
Future Perfect
I will have regraded
you will have regraded
he/she/it will have regraded
we will have regraded
you will have regraded
they will have regraded
Future Continuous
I will be regrading
you will be regrading
he/she/it will be regrading
we will be regrading
you will be regrading
they will be regrading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been regrading
you have been regrading
he/she/it has been regrading
we have been regrading
you have been regrading
they have been regrading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been regrading
you will have been regrading
he/she/it will have been regrading
we will have been regrading
you will have been regrading
they will have been regrading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been regrading
you had been regrading
he/she/it had been regrading
we had been regrading
you had been regrading
they had been regrading
Conditional
I would regrade
you would regrade
he/she/it would regrade
we would regrade
you would regrade
they would regrade
Past Conditional
I would have regraded
you would have regraded
he/she/it would have regraded
we would have regraded
you would have regraded
they would have regraded
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Summary: Jammu (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] February 26 (ANI): A controversy has erupted after a question in the Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSRB) exams regraded Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) as 'Azad Kashmir'.
Regraded four multipurpose fields on the east side of the park.
Refuse includes, but is not limited to, conveyor belts, small and large concrete rubble, large concrete and metal pipes, general trash, and a mound of clinker material; The establishment of permanent vegetation (suitable to the area) where necessary on all affected and regraded area.
Hotels will be given until December 31 2020 to complete the changes before they are regraded under the new system.
However, the proportion of papers that are being regraded on appeal - sometimes by two full grades - is simply too high.
It was in 2012 that we reported pupils across South Wales could expect to see their English language GCSE papers regraded after the Education Minister (of that time) said there had been a serious distortion in how they'd been marked.
The drained area could be regraded to conform to the rest of the park.
The alliance said legally flawed decision-making led to an estimated 10,000 pupils who sat exams in June missing out on a C grade, and is asking for papers taken this summer to be regraded.
But the Association of School and College Leaders is calling for the papers to be regraded instead.
Six of the English literature papers were regraded from a D to a C.
Ofqual admitted the grade boundaries were higher in June than in January but has so far refused to bow to calls for the exams to be regraded.
By insisting that the Welsh GCSE results should be regraded, all he is doing is to classify those who have already obtained a C, no different to those who obtained a D.