repaper

repaper

(ˌriːˈpeɪpə)
vb (tr)
to apply new wallpaper to a wall or the walls of (a room)

repaper


Past participle: repapered
Gerund: repapering

Imperative
repaper
repaper
Present
I repaper
you repaper
he/she/it repapers
we repaper
you repaper
they repaper
Preterite
I repapered
you repapered
he/she/it repapered
we repapered
you repapered
they repapered
Present Continuous
I am repapering
you are repapering
he/she/it is repapering
we are repapering
you are repapering
they are repapering
Present Perfect
I have repapered
you have repapered
he/she/it has repapered
we have repapered
you have repapered
they have repapered
Past Continuous
I was repapering
you were repapering
he/she/it was repapering
we were repapering
you were repapering
they were repapering
Past Perfect
I had repapered
you had repapered
he/she/it had repapered
we had repapered
you had repapered
they had repapered
Future
I will repaper
you will repaper
he/she/it will repaper
we will repaper
you will repaper
they will repaper
Future Perfect
I will have repapered
you will have repapered
he/she/it will have repapered
we will have repapered
you will have repapered
they will have repapered
Future Continuous
I will be repapering
you will be repapering
he/she/it will be repapering
we will be repapering
you will be repapering
they will be repapering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been repapering
you have been repapering
he/she/it has been repapering
we have been repapering
you have been repapering
they have been repapering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been repapering
you will have been repapering
he/she/it will have been repapering
we will have been repapering
you will have been repapering
they will have been repapering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been repapering
you had been repapering
he/she/it had been repapering
we had been repapering
you had been repapering
they had been repapering
Conditional
I would repaper
you would repaper
he/she/it would repaper
we would repaper
you would repaper
they would repaper
Past Conditional
I would have repapered
you would have repapered
he/she/it would have repapered
we would have repapered
you would have repapered
they would have repapered
Translations

repaper

[ˈriːˈpeɪpəʳ] VTempapelar de nuevo

repaper

References in classic literature ?
At first he meant to repaper the room, but afterwards he said that I was letting it get the better of me, and that nothing was worse for a nervous patient than to give way to such fancies.
If you plan to repaper, have the walls skimmed with plaster.
It took only five months to make the transition from our old platform to the new one, which meant that we had to "repaper" 40,000 client accounts.
Rowling, one of Britain's wealthiest authors, should be able to repaper Middle-earth with the royalty checks from the upcoming Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Scholastic).
If you are working to a budget a cannot afford to repaper, the simplest place to start is by repainting.
I took a long time to recover: what did it was an enlightened doctor who told my parents that they should repaper my nursery with brighter wallpaper, and that my mother, while taking care of me, should try to look as pretty as possible and wear the nicest clothes.
While the Medicare bureaucracy has its problems Oust ask any of the thousands of doctors who have enough Medicare paperwork to repaper their waiting rooms), the VA could learn a lesson from Medicare rules that prevent superfluous spending on items like extra overnight stays or useless exams.
To cut costs, they repaper the base of the Christmas display for use at Halloween and Easter.
The most important thing is that we may have to repaper hundreds of thousands of contracts into the EU."
The clients of Legend Group will not have to move accounts or "repaper," he explained, because the assets will remain custodied at Pershing.
11 12 INTERVEW: PAGE 8 JOB ACROSS 1 PEAR TREE 5 STEY 9 GENRE 10 COLD AIR 11 RATE 12 PRINTERS 14 HUSTLE 15 ESPACE 18 REVERSED 20 WITH 23 DOILIES 24 VELIA 25 NEVE 26 TEAR DROP DOWN 1 GIRTH 2 REPAPER 3 TURN 4 EXPECT 6 TWITS 7 GENERAL 8 PARTIES 13 EDITORS 14 SANDIER 16 HATES IT 17 EMOTER 19 NOTES 21 REITH 22 DRAY 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 2 2323 24 3 0 23 1 10 3 10 0 13 FROM 25 26 KRISS KROSS 10 13 0 31 START LETTERBOX 7 lettersSCREECHSEASIDE Complete the grid so that four words read across and SEASIDE a different four words read downwards using only the usi letters in the given word.
The best I could do were the seven- letter REPAPER, REVIVER, ROTATOR and DEIFIED; my father claimed to know an eight-letter example but he had forgotten it.