reschedule


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re·sched·ule

 (rē-skĕj′o͞ol)
tr.v. re·sched·uled, re·sched·ul·ing, re·sched·ules
To schedule again or anew: rescheduled the meeting for the following week; rescheduled the debts of many developing nations.

reschedule

(riːˈʃɛdjuːl; esp US -skɛdʒʊəl)
vb (tr)
1. to change the time, date, or schedule of
2. (Banking & Finance) to arrange a revised schedule for repayment of (a debt)

reschedule


Past participle: rescheduled
Gerund: rescheduling

Imperative
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reschedule
Present
I reschedule
you reschedule
he/she/it reschedules
we reschedule
you reschedule
they reschedule
Preterite
I rescheduled
you rescheduled
he/she/it rescheduled
we rescheduled
you rescheduled
they rescheduled
Present Continuous
I am rescheduling
you are rescheduling
he/she/it is rescheduling
we are rescheduling
you are rescheduling
they are rescheduling
Present Perfect
I have rescheduled
you have rescheduled
he/she/it has rescheduled
we have rescheduled
you have rescheduled
they have rescheduled
Past Continuous
I was rescheduling
you were rescheduling
he/she/it was rescheduling
we were rescheduling
you were rescheduling
they were rescheduling
Past Perfect
I had rescheduled
you had rescheduled
he/she/it had rescheduled
we had rescheduled
you had rescheduled
they had rescheduled
Future
I will reschedule
you will reschedule
he/she/it will reschedule
we will reschedule
you will reschedule
they will reschedule
Future Perfect
I will have rescheduled
you will have rescheduled
he/she/it will have rescheduled
we will have rescheduled
you will have rescheduled
they will have rescheduled
Future Continuous
I will be rescheduling
you will be rescheduling
he/she/it will be rescheduling
we will be rescheduling
you will be rescheduling
they will be rescheduling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rescheduling
you have been rescheduling
he/she/it has been rescheduling
we have been rescheduling
you have been rescheduling
they have been rescheduling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rescheduling
you will have been rescheduling
he/she/it will have been rescheduling
we will have been rescheduling
you will have been rescheduling
they will have been rescheduling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rescheduling
you had been rescheduling
he/she/it had been rescheduling
we had been rescheduling
you had been rescheduling
they had been rescheduling
Conditional
I would reschedule
you would reschedule
he/she/it would reschedule
we would reschedule
you would reschedule
they would reschedule
Past Conditional
I would have rescheduled
you would have rescheduled
he/she/it would have rescheduled
we would have rescheduled
you would have rescheduled
they would have rescheduled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reschedule - assign a new time and place for an event; "We had to reschedule the doctor's appointment"
schedule - make a schedule; plan the time and place for events; "I scheduled an exam for this afternoon"
Translations

reschedule

[ˌriːˈʃedjuːl] (US) [ˌriːˈskedjuːl] VT [+ meeting, visit, trip, programme] → cambiar la fecha/hora de; [+ train service etc] → cambiar el horario de; [+ repayments, debt] → renegociar; [+ plans, course] → volver a planificar

reschedule

[ˌriːˈʃɛdjuːl] vt
[+ event, meeting] → reporter; [+ TV or radio programme] → reprogrammer
The programme was rescheduled to 9.30pm → L'émission a été reprogrammée à 9h30.
[+ debt] → rééchelonner

reschedule

[, (esp Brit)]
vt meeting etcneu ansetzen or festlegen; date, appointmentverlegen, verschieben (→ for auf +acc); (Econ, Fin) → die Rückzahlungsmodalitäten ändern für

reschedule

vt (an appointment) reprogramar, cambiar para otra fecha (una cita)
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