rehouse


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re·house

 (rē-houz′)
tr.v. re·housed, re·hous·ing, re·hous·es
To provide with new, usually improved housing.

rehouse

(riːˈhaʊz)
vb (tr)
to accommodate (someone or something) in a new house or building

re•house

(riˈhaʊz)

v.t. -housed, -hous•ing.
1. to house again.
2. to provide with new or different housing.
[1810–20]

rehouse


Past participle: rehoused
Gerund: rehousing

Imperative
rehouse
rehouse
Present
I rehouse
you rehouse
he/she/it rehouses
we rehouse
you rehouse
they rehouse
Preterite
I rehoused
you rehoused
he/she/it rehoused
we rehoused
you rehoused
they rehoused
Present Continuous
I am rehousing
you are rehousing
he/she/it is rehousing
we are rehousing
you are rehousing
they are rehousing
Present Perfect
I have rehoused
you have rehoused
he/she/it has rehoused
we have rehoused
you have rehoused
they have rehoused
Past Continuous
I was rehousing
you were rehousing
he/she/it was rehousing
we were rehousing
you were rehousing
they were rehousing
Past Perfect
I had rehoused
you had rehoused
he/she/it had rehoused
we had rehoused
you had rehoused
they had rehoused
Future
I will rehouse
you will rehouse
he/she/it will rehouse
we will rehouse
you will rehouse
they will rehouse
Future Perfect
I will have rehoused
you will have rehoused
he/she/it will have rehoused
we will have rehoused
you will have rehoused
they will have rehoused
Future Continuous
I will be rehousing
you will be rehousing
he/she/it will be rehousing
we will be rehousing
you will be rehousing
they will be rehousing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rehousing
you have been rehousing
he/she/it has been rehousing
we have been rehousing
you have been rehousing
they have been rehousing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rehousing
you will have been rehousing
he/she/it will have been rehousing
we will have been rehousing
you will have been rehousing
they will have been rehousing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rehousing
you had been rehousing
he/she/it had been rehousing
we had been rehousing
you had been rehousing
they had been rehousing
Conditional
I would rehouse
you would rehouse
he/she/it would rehouse
we would rehouse
you would rehouse
they would rehouse
Past Conditional
I would have rehoused
you would have rehoused
he/she/it would have rehoused
we would have rehoused
you would have rehoused
they would have rehoused
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rehouse - put up in a new or different housing
domiciliate, house, put up - provide housing for; "The immigrants were housed in a new development outside the town"
Translations
يُسْكِنُ ثانِيَةً
přestěhovat se
genhuse
átköltöztet
útvega nÿtt húsnæîi
perkelti į naujus namus
ierādīt citu dzīvesvietu
iskân etmekyeni bir eve yerleştirmek

rehouse

[ˈriːˈhaʊz] VT [+ family] → dar una nueva vivienda a
200 families have been rehoused200 familias tienen vivienda nueva ya

rehouse

[ˌriːˈhaʊz] vtreloger

rehouse

rehouse

[ˌriːˈhaʊz] vtrialloggiare

rehouse

(riːˈhauz) verb
to provide with a new or different house. After the fire, the family had to be rehoused.
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