rehear


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re·hear

 (rē-hîr′)
tr.v. re·heard (-hûrd′), re·hear·ing, re·hears
1. To hear again.
2. Law To allow a second hearing of (a case) or allow (a second argument of a motion or appeal) after a decision has been rendered, usually as a result of a request citing a perceived defect in the decision.

rehear

(riːˈhɪə)
vb (tr)
to hear (a sound) again

re•hear

(riˈhɪər)
v.t. -heard (-ˈhɜrd) -hear•ing.
1. to hear again.
2. to reconsider officially, as a judge.

rehear


Past participle: reheard
Gerund: rehearing

Imperative
rehear
rehear
Present
I rehear
you rehear
he/she/it rehears
we rehear
you rehear
they rehear
Preterite
I reheard
you reheard
he/she/it reheard
we reheard
you reheard
they reheard
Present Continuous
I am rehearing
you are rehearing
he/she/it is rehearing
we are rehearing
you are rehearing
they are rehearing
Present Perfect
I have reheard
you have reheard
he/she/it has reheard
we have reheard
you have reheard
they have reheard
Past Continuous
I was rehearing
you were rehearing
he/she/it was rehearing
we were rehearing
you were rehearing
they were rehearing
Past Perfect
I had reheard
you had reheard
he/she/it had reheard
we had reheard
you had reheard
they had reheard
Future
I will rehear
you will rehear
he/she/it will rehear
we will rehear
you will rehear
they will rehear
Future Perfect
I will have reheard
you will have reheard
he/she/it will have reheard
we will have reheard
you will have reheard
they will have reheard
Future Continuous
I will be rehearing
you will be rehearing
he/she/it will be rehearing
we will be rehearing
you will be rehearing
they will be rehearing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rehearing
you have been rehearing
he/she/it has been rehearing
we have been rehearing
you have been rehearing
they have been rehearing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rehearing
you will have been rehearing
he/she/it will have been rehearing
we will have been rehearing
you will have been rehearing
they will have been rehearing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rehearing
you had been rehearing
he/she/it had been rehearing
we had been rehearing
you had been rehearing
they had been rehearing
Conditional
I would rehear
you would rehear
he/she/it would rehear
we would rehear
you would rehear
they would rehear
Past Conditional
I would have reheard
you would have reheard
he/she/it would have reheard
we would have reheard
you would have reheard
they would have reheard
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rehear - hear or try a court case anew
hear, try - examine or hear (evidence or a case) by judicial process; "The jury had heard all the evidence"; "The case will be tried in California"
Translations

rehear

vt
(= hear again)erneut anhören
(Jur) → neu verhandeln, sich erneut befassen mit
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