reseat


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re·seat

 (rē-sēt′)
tr.v. re·seat·ed, re·seat·ing, re·seats
1. To provide with a new or different seat.
2. To fit (a valve, for example) in a new seating.

reseat

(riːˈsiːt)
vb (tr)
1. to show (a person) to a new seat
2. (Furniture) to put a new seat on (a chair, etc)
3. to provide new seats for (a hall, theatre, etc)
4. (General Engineering) to re-form the seating of (a valve)

reseat


Past participle: reseated
Gerund: reseating

Imperative
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reseat
Present
I reseat
you reseat
he/she/it reseats
we reseat
you reseat
they reseat
Preterite
I reseated
you reseated
he/she/it reseated
we reseated
you reseated
they reseated
Present Continuous
I am reseating
you are reseating
he/she/it is reseating
we are reseating
you are reseating
they are reseating
Present Perfect
I have reseated
you have reseated
he/she/it has reseated
we have reseated
you have reseated
they have reseated
Past Continuous
I was reseating
you were reseating
he/she/it was reseating
we were reseating
you were reseating
they were reseating
Past Perfect
I had reseated
you had reseated
he/she/it had reseated
we had reseated
you had reseated
they had reseated
Future
I will reseat
you will reseat
he/she/it will reseat
we will reseat
you will reseat
they will reseat
Future Perfect
I will have reseated
you will have reseated
he/she/it will have reseated
we will have reseated
you will have reseated
they will have reseated
Future Continuous
I will be reseating
you will be reseating
he/she/it will be reseating
we will be reseating
you will be reseating
they will be reseating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reseating
you have been reseating
he/she/it has been reseating
we have been reseating
you have been reseating
they have been reseating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reseating
you will have been reseating
he/she/it will have been reseating
we will have been reseating
you will have been reseating
they will have been reseating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reseating
you had been reseating
he/she/it had been reseating
we had been reseating
you had been reseating
they had been reseating
Conditional
I would reseat
you would reseat
he/she/it would reseat
we would reseat
you would reseat
they would reseat
Past Conditional
I would have reseated
you would have reseated
he/she/it would have reseated
we would have reseated
you would have reseated
they would have reseated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reseat - provide with a new seat; "reseat the old broken chair"
cabinetry, cabinetwork - the craft of making furniture (especially furniture of high quality)
seat - put a seat on a chair
2.reseat - provide with new seats; "reseat Carnegie Hall"
architecture - the profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their esthetic effect
seat - provide with seats; "seat a concert hall"
3.reseat - show to a different seat; "The usher insisted on reseating us"
seat, sit down, sit - show to a seat; assign a seat for; "The host seated me next to Mrs. Smith"
Translations

reseat

[ˌriːˈsiːt] VT [+ chair] → poner nuevo asiento a

reseat

vt
chaireinen neuen Sitz geben (+dat); trouserseinen neuen Hosenboden anfertigen für
(Tech) valveneu einschleifen
personumsetzen; when everyone was reseated (= had sat down again)als sich alle wieder gesetzt hatten
References in classic literature ?
"You need tell me nothing about it," added the worthy Porthos, endeavoring to reseat himself so as to avoid the jolting, "you need tell me nothing, I shall guess."
I saw at once that it was useless for me to resist, and sick at heart, I reseated myself upon the mats, and for the moment abandoned myself to despair.
It was of polished pine, with a peculiar smell, and had been put in because fortunately, when the church was reseated, enough wood remained over.
Lucy directly drew her work table near her and reseated herself with an alacrity and cheerfulness which seemed to infer that she could taste no greater delight than in making a filigree basket for a spoilt child.
"I hope I shall remember, in future," said Lady Russell, as soon as they were reseated in the carriage, "not to call at Uppercross in the Christmas holidays."
"Scarcely have I told you the first letter in love's alphabet," said Mercedes Higgins, as she reseated herself.
The Jew thrust his head out of the room door when Sikes had left it; looked after him as we walked up the dark passage; shook his clenched fist; muttered a deep curse; and then, with a horrible grin, reseated himself at the table; where he was soon deeply absorbed in the interesting pages of the Hue-and-Cry.
Having introduced him, however, and being all reseated, the terrors that occurred of what this visit might lead to were overpowering, and she fancied herself on the point of fainting away.
Then, sad and discouraged, Ozma of Oz turned to her friends, and the Nome King calmly reseated himself on his rock throne.
Karain, suddenly very calm, reseated himself with dignity.
The queen was still standing when he entered; but scarcely had she perceived him then she reseated herself in her armchair, and made a sign to her women to resume their cushions and stools, and with an air of supreme hauteur, said, "What do you desire, monsieur, and with what object do you present yourself here?"
When they were all reseated before their easels, Servin sat down beside Ginevra.

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