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re·par·ti·tion

 (rē′pär-tĭsh′ən)
n.
1. Distribution; apportionment.
2. A partitioning again or in a different way.
tr.v. re·par·ti·tioned, re·par·ti·tion·ing, re·par·ti·tions
To partition again; redivide.
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repartition

(ˌriːpɑːˈtɪʃən)
n
1. distribution or allotment
2. the act or process of distributing afresh
vb
(tr) to divide up again; reapportion or reallocate
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re•par•ti•tion

(ˌri pɑrˈtɪʃ ən, -pər-)

n.
1. distribution; partition.
2. reassignment; redistribution.
v.t.
3. to divide up.
4. to partition or subdivide again; redistribute.
[1545–55]
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repartition


Past participle: repartitioned
Gerund: repartitioning

Imperative
repartition
repartition
Present
I repartition
you repartition
he/she/it repartitions
we repartition
you repartition
they repartition
Preterite
I repartitioned
you repartitioned
he/she/it repartitioned
we repartitioned
you repartitioned
they repartitioned
Present Continuous
I am repartitioning
you are repartitioning
he/she/it is repartitioning
we are repartitioning
you are repartitioning
they are repartitioning
Present Perfect
I have repartitioned
you have repartitioned
he/she/it has repartitioned
we have repartitioned
you have repartitioned
they have repartitioned
Past Continuous
I was repartitioning
you were repartitioning
he/she/it was repartitioning
we were repartitioning
you were repartitioning
they were repartitioning
Past Perfect
I had repartitioned
you had repartitioned
he/she/it had repartitioned
we had repartitioned
you had repartitioned
they had repartitioned
Future
I will repartition
you will repartition
he/she/it will repartition
we will repartition
you will repartition
they will repartition
Future Perfect
I will have repartitioned
you will have repartitioned
he/she/it will have repartitioned
we will have repartitioned
you will have repartitioned
they will have repartitioned
Future Continuous
I will be repartitioning
you will be repartitioning
he/she/it will be repartitioning
we will be repartitioning
you will be repartitioning
they will be repartitioning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been repartitioning
you have been repartitioning
he/she/it has been repartitioning
we have been repartitioning
you have been repartitioning
they have been repartitioning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been repartitioning
you will have been repartitioning
he/she/it will have been repartitioning
we will have been repartitioning
you will have been repartitioning
they will have been repartitioning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been repartitioning
you had been repartitioning
he/she/it had been repartitioning
we had been repartitioning
you had been repartitioning
they had been repartitioning
Conditional
I would repartition
you would repartition
he/she/it would repartition
we would repartition
you would repartition
they would repartition
Past Conditional
I would have repartitioned
you would have repartitioned
he/she/it would have repartitioned
we would have repartitioned
you would have repartitioned
they would have repartitioned
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Translations

repartition

n
(= distribution, partition)Auf- or Verteilung f
(= new distribution)Neuverteilung f
vt(neu) verteilen, aufteilen
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