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
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