reharden

reharden

(riːˈhɑːdən)
vb
to make or become hard again

reharden


Past participle: rehardened
Gerund: rehardening

Imperative
reharden
reharden
Present
I reharden
you reharden
he/she/it rehardens
we reharden
you reharden
they reharden
Preterite
I rehardened
you rehardened
he/she/it rehardened
we rehardened
you rehardened
they rehardened
Present Continuous
I am rehardening
you are rehardening
he/she/it is rehardening
we are rehardening
you are rehardening
they are rehardening
Present Perfect
I have rehardened
you have rehardened
he/she/it has rehardened
we have rehardened
you have rehardened
they have rehardened
Past Continuous
I was rehardening
you were rehardening
he/she/it was rehardening
we were rehardening
you were rehardening
they were rehardening
Past Perfect
I had rehardened
you had rehardened
he/she/it had rehardened
we had rehardened
you had rehardened
they had rehardened
Future
I will reharden
you will reharden
he/she/it will reharden
we will reharden
you will reharden
they will reharden
Future Perfect
I will have rehardened
you will have rehardened
he/she/it will have rehardened
we will have rehardened
you will have rehardened
they will have rehardened
Future Continuous
I will be rehardening
you will be rehardening
he/she/it will be rehardening
we will be rehardening
you will be rehardening
they will be rehardening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rehardening
you have been rehardening
he/she/it has been rehardening
we have been rehardening
you have been rehardening
they have been rehardening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rehardening
you will have been rehardening
he/she/it will have been rehardening
we will have been rehardening
you will have been rehardening
they will have been rehardening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rehardening
you had been rehardening
he/she/it had been rehardening
we had been rehardening
you had been rehardening
they had been rehardening
Conditional
I would reharden
you would reharden
he/she/it would reharden
we would reharden
you would reharden
they would reharden
Past Conditional
I would have rehardened
you would have rehardened
he/she/it would have rehardened
we would have rehardened
you would have rehardened
they would have rehardened
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References in periodicals archive ?
ROLE OF PH & SALIVA IN REMINERALISATION: Human saliva has a marked ability to reharden softened enamel surfaces.
Brush your teeth only after an hour of consuming sugary drinks as that will enable your enamel to reharden.
The study was supported by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), which manufactures Pronamer toothpaste, developed to help reharden acid-softened enamel and make it more resistant to future acid challenges.
3] have shown potential to reharden eroded enamel surfaces; (40-42) however, for the prevention of enamel erosive wear, they have almost no effect compared to placebo.
Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate whether repeated applications of 3 different enamel surface treatments can reharden softened bovine enamel, and to compare between these treat-ments in resisting the demineralization process caused by frequent exposure to cola drink every 3 days over a period of 12 days.
The toothpaste contains a special ingredient for tooth sensitivity and is available in a children's formula -- the first pediatric toothpaste designed to help reharden children's tooth enamel.
Lignin is melted and begins to reharden at 160[degrees]C.
If the new-tempered edge does not hold up you have a higher-carbon steel that will hold an edge at "straw," or 470[degrees]F Reharden and retemper, but immerse the blank completely at 450[degrees]--when the last band of purple-steel blue reaches the edge.
Sometimes ash will melt, then reharden into clinkers--clinkers can clog the combustion chamber, and they need to be removed promptly when they occur.
Indeed, when smearing occurs, the friction caused by roller and raceway sliding can generate temperatures that heat surfaces to such a degree that the contact area melts and subsequently rehardens.