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
References in classic literature ?
Swear to me that while it is in existence you will not remarry.
Whether it was right or wrong to remarry while one had a husband living they did not discuss, for that question had evidently been settled by people "wiser than you or me," as they said, and to doubt the correctness of that decision would be to risk exposing one's stupidity and incapacity to live in society.
This developed after the House of Representatives launched plenary deliberations for House Bill 7185 which proposes recognition of a foreign decree of termination of marriage and thereby allowing the Filipino spouse to remarry without the need to undergo judicial proceeding.
LAHORE -- Awami Muslim League's Chairman Sheikh Rasheed on Friday has suggested PTI Chairman Imran Khan to remarry Jemima Khan.
The problem is exactly the opposite: Rabbinical courts look for ways to allow women to remarry despite their husband's refusal to grant a divorce, but they ignore the problem of men being refused a divorce by their wives.
Feuerherd focuses his attention on the unfairness done to the widowed deacon in not allowing him to continue serving as deacon if he chooses to remarry.
As Kath and Bryan have shown, the pain and suffering of losing a loved one in conflict stays with the family even if they remarry.
The keenest anticipation centred on what he would say about the full re-integration into the Church of Catholics who divorce and remarry in civil ceremonies.
Cardinal Rainer Woelki of Cologne, Germany on the German bishops' decision that lay employees who divorce, remarry, or enter into gay civil unions should no longer automatically lose their jobs (Reuters, May 6)
A FAIRER deal for war widows who remarry has been hailed by a Teesside MP and a Royal British Legion stalwart.
This weekend, as the nation remembered its war dead, the government announced that from April 1, all spouses and civil partners will now be able to remarry without losing their pensions.
THOUSANDS of military widows will be able to remarry without losing their pensions from next year, under plans announced by David Cameron.