remarry

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remarry

(riːˈmærɪ)
vb, -ries, -rying or -ried
to marry again
reˈmarriage n

remarry


Past participle: remarried
Gerund: remarrying

Imperative
remarry
remarry
Present
I remarry
you remarry
he/she/it remarries
we remarry
you remarry
they remarry
Preterite
I remarried
you remarried
he/she/it remarried
we remarried
you remarried
they remarried
Present Continuous
I am remarrying
you are remarrying
he/she/it is remarrying
we are remarrying
you are remarrying
they are remarrying
Present Perfect
I have remarried
you have remarried
he/she/it has remarried
we have remarried
you have remarried
they have remarried
Past Continuous
I was remarrying
you were remarrying
he/she/it was remarrying
we were remarrying
you were remarrying
they were remarrying
Past Perfect
I had remarried
you had remarried
he/she/it had remarried
we had remarried
you had remarried
they had remarried
Future
I will remarry
you will remarry
he/she/it will remarry
we will remarry
you will remarry
they will remarry
Future Perfect
I will have remarried
you will have remarried
he/she/it will have remarried
we will have remarried
you will have remarried
they will have remarried
Future Continuous
I will be remarrying
you will be remarrying
he/she/it will be remarrying
we will be remarrying
you will be remarrying
they will be remarrying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been remarrying
you have been remarrying
he/she/it has been remarrying
we have been remarrying
you have been remarrying
they have been remarrying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been remarrying
you will have been remarrying
he/she/it will have been remarrying
we will have been remarrying
you will have been remarrying
they will have been remarrying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been remarrying
you had been remarrying
he/she/it had been remarrying
we had been remarrying
you had been remarrying
they had been remarrying
Conditional
I would remarry
you would remarry
he/she/it would remarry
we would remarry
you would remarry
they would remarry
Past Conditional
I would have remarried
you would have remarried
he/she/it would have remarried
we would have remarried
you would have remarried
they would have remarried
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.remarry - marry, not for the first time; "After her divorce, she remarried her high school sweetheart"
Translations
znovu (se) oženit
gifte sig igen
mennä uudelleen naimisiin
preudati se
再婚する
재혼하다
gifta om (sig)
แต่งงานใหม่
tái hôn

remarry

[ˈriːˈmærɪ] VIvolver a casarse
she remarried three years agose volvió a casar hace tres años

remarry

[ˌriːˈmæri] vise remarier
She remarried three years ago → Elle s'est remariée il y a trois ans.

remarry

remarry

[ˌriːˈmærɪ] virisposarsi

remarry

يَتَزَوَّجُ ثَانِياً znovu (se) oženit gifte sig igen wieder heiraten ξαναπαντρεύομαι volver a casarse mennä uudelleen naimisiin se remarier preudati se risposarsi 再婚する 재혼하다 hertrouwen gifte seg igjen ponownie ożenić się casar-se de novo вступить в новый брак gifta om (sig) แต่งงานใหม่ yeniden evlenmek tái hôn 再婚
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