resettle


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resettle

(riːˈsɛtəl)
vb
to settle or cause to settle in a new or different place

resettle


Past participle: resettled
Gerund: resettling

Imperative
resettle
resettle
Present
I resettle
you resettle
he/she/it resettles
we resettle
you resettle
they resettle
Preterite
I resettled
you resettled
he/she/it resettled
we resettled
you resettled
they resettled
Present Continuous
I am resettling
you are resettling
he/she/it is resettling
we are resettling
you are resettling
they are resettling
Present Perfect
I have resettled
you have resettled
he/she/it has resettled
we have resettled
you have resettled
they have resettled
Past Continuous
I was resettling
you were resettling
he/she/it was resettling
we were resettling
you were resettling
they were resettling
Past Perfect
I had resettled
you had resettled
he/she/it had resettled
we had resettled
you had resettled
they had resettled
Future
I will resettle
you will resettle
he/she/it will resettle
we will resettle
you will resettle
they will resettle
Future Perfect
I will have resettled
you will have resettled
he/she/it will have resettled
we will have resettled
you will have resettled
they will have resettled
Future Continuous
I will be resettling
you will be resettling
he/she/it will be resettling
we will be resettling
you will be resettling
they will be resettling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been resettling
you have been resettling
he/she/it has been resettling
we have been resettling
you have been resettling
they have been resettling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been resettling
you will have been resettling
he/she/it will have been resettling
we will have been resettling
you will have been resettling
they will have been resettling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been resettling
you had been resettling
he/she/it had been resettling
we had been resettling
you had been resettling
they had been resettling
Conditional
I would resettle
you would resettle
he/she/it would resettle
we would resettle
you would resettle
they would resettle
Past Conditional
I would have resettled
you would have resettled
he/she/it would have resettled
we would have resettled
you would have resettled
they would have resettled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.resettle - settle in a new place; "The immigrants had to resettle"
locate, settle - take up residence and become established; "The immigrants settled in the Midwest"
Translations

resettle

[ˈriːˈsetl]
A. VT [+ persons] → reasentar; [+ land] → repoblar
B. VIreasentarse

resettle

[riːˈsɛtəl]
vt
[+ refugees, population] → relocaliser
[+ territory, area] → repeupler
vis'établir

resettle

vt refugeesumsiedeln; landneu or wieder besiedeln

resettle

[ˌriːˈsɛtl]
1. vt (refugees) → far insediare; (land) → ripopolare
References in classic literature ?
They listened intently, and heard the supper-party resettle themselves, and then gently drew back first one bolt and then the other.
Guppy, refolding his arms, resettles himself against the parapet, as resuming a conversation of interest.
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Summary: The United States is not attempting to resettle Syrian refugees in Lebanon by giving aid, Washington's envoy to Beirut said Wednesday.
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That has since expired, but the Vale of Glamorgan Council's cabinet has now agreed to continue to actively resettle Syrian refugees until March next year.
Ahead of Refugee Week, which started yesterday, community organising charity Citizens UK has released analysis that shows more refugees have settled in Coventry under government schemes to resettle vulnerable people and children than any other local authority.
The Vulnerable Children's Resettlement Scheme, announced in 2016, aims to resettle 3,000 vulnerable and refugee children and their families from the Middle East and North Africa.
Ahead of Refugee Week, which starts Monday (June 17), community organising charity Citizens UK has released analysis that shows more refugees have settled in Coventry under government schemes to resettle vulnerable people and children than any other local authority.
MORE Syrian refugees could be given a new life in Cardiff as the council is set to agree to resettle people from the wartorn country for a further 10 months.
'The provincial government was taking steps to resettle the people who were affected due to recent floods,' Kamal said this during his surprise visit to Lakhra, an area in Lasbella to inquire about relief work.
The Government has allocated funds through the 2019 Budget to resettle Muslims displaced during war.