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re•route

(riˈrut, -ˈraʊt)
v.t. -rout•ed, -rout•ing.
to change the course or direction of.
[1925–30]
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reroute


Past participle: rerouted
Gerund: rerouting

Imperative
reroute
reroute
Present
I reroute
you reroute
he/she/it reroutes
we reroute
you reroute
they reroute
Preterite
I rerouted
you rerouted
he/she/it rerouted
we rerouted
you rerouted
they rerouted
Present Continuous
I am rerouting
you are rerouting
he/she/it is rerouting
we are rerouting
you are rerouting
they are rerouting
Present Perfect
I have rerouted
you have rerouted
he/she/it has rerouted
we have rerouted
you have rerouted
they have rerouted
Past Continuous
I was rerouting
you were rerouting
he/she/it was rerouting
we were rerouting
you were rerouting
they were rerouting
Past Perfect
I had rerouted
you had rerouted
he/she/it had rerouted
we had rerouted
you had rerouted
they had rerouted
Future
I will reroute
you will reroute
he/she/it will reroute
we will reroute
you will reroute
they will reroute
Future Perfect
I will have rerouted
you will have rerouted
he/she/it will have rerouted
we will have rerouted
you will have rerouted
they will have rerouted
Future Continuous
I will be rerouting
you will be rerouting
he/she/it will be rerouting
we will be rerouting
you will be rerouting
they will be rerouting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rerouting
you have been rerouting
he/she/it has been rerouting
we have been rerouting
you have been rerouting
they have been rerouting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rerouting
you will have been rerouting
he/she/it will have been rerouting
we will have been rerouting
you will have been rerouting
they will have been rerouting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rerouting
you had been rerouting
he/she/it had been rerouting
we had been rerouting
you had been rerouting
they had been rerouting
Conditional
I would reroute
you would reroute
he/she/it would reroute
we would reroute
you would reroute
they would reroute
Past Conditional
I would have rerouted
you would have rerouted
he/she/it would have rerouted
we would have rerouted
you would have rerouted
they would have rerouted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

reroute

[ˌriːˈruːt] VTdesviar
the train was rerouted through Burgosel tren pasó por Burgos al ser desviado de su ruta habitual
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

reroute

vt train, busumleiten; electricity etc alsoumlenken
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

reroute

[ˌriːˈruːt] vt (train) → deviare (il percorso di)
the train was rerouted through Blackpool → hanno fatto passare il treno per Blackpool
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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This is because of the ludicrously long reroutes that the proposal entails,' he said in a statement.
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This component intercepts IP packets, optimizes for performance, and reroutes over the HyperIP protocol on the network.
Zhang commonly reroutes one of the intercostal nerves that lead from the spinal cord around each rib to the sternum, If the intercostal nerve is not long enough to reach the target nerve site below the injury level, a segment of the sural nerve (isolated from the calf) is attached to the intercostal nerve.
In fact, for many wholesalers in need of reroutes, two seemingly contradictory objectives can often be achieved.
Dynamic path management says you're able to be predictive and proactive about your paths." Path management measures services, matches them against thresholds, responds to path degradation and automatically reroutes the path through other devices, as needed.
Building upon these capabilities, Zhang surgically reroutes and connects a peripheral nerve that emanates from the spinal cord above the point of injury to nerves or nerve roots below the injury.
Zhang returned to Iceland to reroute Bido's intercostal nerve to her lumbar nerve roots.