replan

replan

(riːˈplæn)
vb (tr) , -plans, -planning or -planned
to give a new plan to (a room, building, etc)to form a new plan, idea or scheme for

replan


Past participle: replanned
Gerund: replanning

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
I am replanning
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he/she/it is replanning
we are replanning
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Present Perfect
I have replanned
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Past Continuous
I was replanning
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he/she/it was replanning
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Past Perfect
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we had replanned
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Future
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
I will be replanning
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been replanning
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been replanning
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Conditional
I would replan
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Past Conditional
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References in periodicals archive ?
Replan (UK) Ltd, c/o agent, change of use of first-floor to (A4) wine bar with formation of new access to the building (within a conservation area), former Coach and Horses Inn, 9, Eastgate, Honley.
So we also need to replan our school building strategy in Metro Manila due to this situation,' he added.
At least this might give the sufferers an indication of the disruption we're facing and allow us perhaps to replan our travel arrangements.
Unfortunately, we have encountered some setbacks which mean that we've had to replan some of the work scheduled to take place this November.
The Overachiever's Guide to Getting Unstuck: Replan, Reprioritize, Reaffirm
NYSE: NOC) said it has passed the last significant mission design milestone for NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, the spacecraft critical design review, five months ahead of schedule, following the replan.
By using a new framework that employs sequential decisionmaking, the previous single-decision research can be expanded into models that simulate numerous alternative treatment paths out into the future; maintain beliefs about patient health status over time even when measurements are unavailable or uncertain; and continually plan and replan as new information becomes available.
It is usually the case that first replan events, often born of an inadequate gap analysis, result in approval for the project to continue with greater oversight.
I have told the wardrobe department they will have to replan my outfits.
The original planned baseline is kept on the chart, as well as all replanning data if there is more than a single replan.
It is better to replan a lesson than to deal with the consequences of teaching one that is poorly planned.