reselect

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reselect

(ˌriːsɪˈlɛkt)
vb
(tr) to choose (someone or something) again, esp to choose an existing office-holder as candidate for re-election
ˌreseˈlection n

reselect


Past participle: reselected
Gerund: reselecting

Imperative
reselect
reselect
Present
I reselect
you reselect
he/she/it reselects
we reselect
you reselect
they reselect
Preterite
I reselected
you reselected
he/she/it reselected
we reselected
you reselected
they reselected
Present Continuous
I am reselecting
you are reselecting
he/she/it is reselecting
we are reselecting
you are reselecting
they are reselecting
Present Perfect
I have reselected
you have reselected
he/she/it has reselected
we have reselected
you have reselected
they have reselected
Past Continuous
I was reselecting
you were reselecting
he/she/it was reselecting
we were reselecting
you were reselecting
they were reselecting
Past Perfect
I had reselected
you had reselected
he/she/it had reselected
we had reselected
you had reselected
they had reselected
Future
I will reselect
you will reselect
he/she/it will reselect
we will reselect
you will reselect
they will reselect
Future Perfect
I will have reselected
you will have reselected
he/she/it will have reselected
we will have reselected
you will have reselected
they will have reselected
Future Continuous
I will be reselecting
you will be reselecting
he/she/it will be reselecting
we will be reselecting
you will be reselecting
they will be reselecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reselecting
you have been reselecting
he/she/it has been reselecting
we have been reselecting
you have been reselecting
they have been reselecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reselecting
you will have been reselecting
he/she/it will have been reselecting
we will have been reselecting
you will have been reselecting
they will have been reselecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reselecting
you had been reselecting
he/she/it had been reselecting
we had been reselecting
you had been reselecting
they had been reselecting
Conditional
I would reselect
you would reselect
he/she/it would reselect
we would reselect
you would reselect
they would reselect
Past Conditional
I would have reselected
you would have reselected
he/she/it would have reselected
we would have reselected
you would have reselected
they would have reselected
Translations

reselect

vt (Pol) → wieder aufstellen
References in periodicals archive ?
Left-wing Labour members will seek to send a message to MPs that if they want to be reselected at the next election they should sign up to Mr Corbyn's agenda.
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Sitting councillors would expect to be reselected by party colleagues in their ward, but Coun Gannon faced a double challenge from fellow Labour party members Dave Toulson, a PHD student at Warwick University, and spiritualist minister Rev Christine Thomas.
The South Australian Government has reselected Amcom Telecommunications for its revised 3-year Network Carriage Services Panel to deliver data network and unified communications across the state.
Sitting Conservative MP Craig |Whittaker has been reselected to contest the Calder Valley seat at May's General Election.
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KARACHI -- Pakistan's ace offspinner Saeed Ajmal will be reselected in Pakistan team for next year's ICC Cricket World Cup by adopting proper procedures and clearing his action by ICC, Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar M.
The tearful 20-year-old Tyneside singer was booted off Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's team on last week's X Factor, but it is rumoured she is reselected by Louis Walsh to join his singers.
Mr Hain, pictured left, had been reselected as the Labour candidate for Neath, but decided to stand down after a series of discussions with party leader Ed Miliband.
At the turn of the 20th century, these were selected and reselected to give even bigger and frillier flowers by Silas Cole, Head Gardener at Althorp House.