rehandle

rehandle

(riːˈhændəl)
vb (tr)
to handle again

rehandle


Past participle: rehandled
Gerund: rehandling

Imperative
rehandle
rehandle
Present
I rehandle
you rehandle
he/she/it rehandles
we rehandle
you rehandle
they rehandle
Preterite
I rehandled
you rehandled
he/she/it rehandled
we rehandled
you rehandled
they rehandled
Present Continuous
I am rehandling
you are rehandling
he/she/it is rehandling
we are rehandling
you are rehandling
they are rehandling
Present Perfect
I have rehandled
you have rehandled
he/she/it has rehandled
we have rehandled
you have rehandled
they have rehandled
Past Continuous
I was rehandling
you were rehandling
he/she/it was rehandling
we were rehandling
you were rehandling
they were rehandling
Past Perfect
I had rehandled
you had rehandled
he/she/it had rehandled
we had rehandled
you had rehandled
they had rehandled
Future
I will rehandle
you will rehandle
he/she/it will rehandle
we will rehandle
you will rehandle
they will rehandle
Future Perfect
I will have rehandled
you will have rehandled
he/she/it will have rehandled
we will have rehandled
you will have rehandled
they will have rehandled
Future Continuous
I will be rehandling
you will be rehandling
he/she/it will be rehandling
we will be rehandling
you will be rehandling
they will be rehandling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rehandling
you have been rehandling
he/she/it has been rehandling
we have been rehandling
you have been rehandling
they have been rehandling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rehandling
you will have been rehandling
he/she/it will have been rehandling
we will have been rehandling
you will have been rehandling
they will have been rehandling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rehandling
you had been rehandling
he/she/it had been rehandling
we had been rehandling
you had been rehandling
they had been rehandling
Conditional
I would rehandle
you would rehandle
he/she/it would rehandle
we would rehandle
you would rehandle
they would rehandle
Past Conditional
I would have rehandled
you would have rehandled
he/she/it would have rehandled
we would have rehandled
you would have rehandled
they would have rehandled
Translations
References in periodicals archive ?
Papadimitriou, "Multiobjective simultaneous stowage and load planning for a container ship with container rehandle in yard stacks," European Journal of Operational Research, vol.
They show mine planners which designs prove most effective, with the least rehandle. They give managers an idea about areas of their mine that need extra attention.
Thiess is contracted to remove a further 85 million cubic metres of overburden and mine approximately 16 million tonnes of coal and eight million tonnes of rehandle during the current contract term.
* Rehandle (waste being dumped back on to benches to build a smooth floor) has been reduced by two-thirds
Once material is loaded into a truck, there is no reason to have any rehandle. Over the last two years, we have sold 40 dozers [D11s and 475s] and replaced them with loading equipment."
By doing it accurately the first time it is quicker, because there is no rehandle and rework.
"Over the past three years, customers who have adopted the new 3-D machine control technology have realized significant benefits, which include productivity enhancements of up to 30%, reduced rehandle, and the virtual elimination of certain steps, such as staking."
* Rehandle statistics can be accumulated on each block movement, enabling material to be tracked and monitored through each step of the mining process.
Lowered rehandle--Without installing the XPS, expectations of dragline rehandle for the late '80s were in excess of 50%.
In the past, rehandle had been avoided by operating diligence and good, but potentially costly, survey support.
It will also rehandle stockpiled material as required.