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reread

(riːˈriːd)
vb (tr) , -reads, -reading or -read
to read (something) again
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reread


Past participle: reread
Gerund: rereading

Imperative
reread
reread
Present
I reread
you reread
he/she/it rereads
we reread
you reread
they reread
Preterite
I reread
you reread
he/she/it reread
we reread
you reread
they reread
Present Continuous
I am rereading
you are rereading
he/she/it is rereading
we are rereading
you are rereading
they are rereading
Present Perfect
I have reread
you have reread
he/she/it has reread
we have reread
you have reread
they have reread
Past Continuous
I was rereading
you were rereading
he/she/it was rereading
we were rereading
you were rereading
they were rereading
Past Perfect
I had reread
you had reread
he/she/it had reread
we had reread
you had reread
they had reread
Future
I will reread
you will reread
he/she/it will reread
we will reread
you will reread
they will reread
Future Perfect
I will have reread
you will have reread
he/she/it will have reread
we will have reread
you will have reread
they will have reread
Future Continuous
I will be rereading
you will be rereading
he/she/it will be rereading
we will be rereading
you will be rereading
they will be rereading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rereading
you have been rereading
he/she/it has been rereading
we have been rereading
you have been rereading
they have been rereading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rereading
you will have been rereading
he/she/it will have been rereading
we will have been rereading
you will have been rereading
they will have been rereading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rereading
you had been rereading
he/she/it had been rereading
we had been rereading
you had been rereading
they had been rereading
Conditional
I would reread
you would reread
he/she/it would reread
we would reread
you would reread
they would reread
Past Conditional
I would have reread
you would have reread
he/she/it would have reread
we would have reread
you would have reread
they would have reread
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reread - read anew; read again; "He re-read her letters to him"
read - interpret something that is written or printed; "read the advertisement"; "Have you read Salman Rushdie?"
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Translations

reread

[ˌriːˈriːd] (reread (pt, pp)) [ˌriːˈred] VTreleer, volver a leer
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reread

pret, ptp <reread>
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Thinking about it, I am reminded of something the great economic historian Alexander Gerschenkron wrote about reading: I have read War and Peace at least fifteen times, and it is still as rereadable as ever.
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