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respray

vb (tr)
(Automotive Engineering) to spray (a car, wheels, etc) with a new coat of paint
n
(Automotive Engineering) the act or an instance of respraying
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respray


Past participle: resprayed
Gerund: respraying

Imperative
respray
respray
Present
I respray
you respray
he/she/it resprays
we respray
you respray
they respray
Preterite
I resprayed
you resprayed
he/she/it resprayed
we resprayed
you resprayed
they resprayed
Present Continuous
I am respraying
you are respraying
he/she/it is respraying
we are respraying
you are respraying
they are respraying
Present Perfect
I have resprayed
you have resprayed
he/she/it has resprayed
we have resprayed
you have resprayed
they have resprayed
Past Continuous
I was respraying
you were respraying
he/she/it was respraying
we were respraying
you were respraying
they were respraying
Past Perfect
I had resprayed
you had resprayed
he/she/it had resprayed
we had resprayed
you had resprayed
they had resprayed
Future
I will respray
you will respray
he/she/it will respray
we will respray
you will respray
they will respray
Future Perfect
I will have resprayed
you will have resprayed
he/she/it will have resprayed
we will have resprayed
you will have resprayed
they will have resprayed
Future Continuous
I will be respraying
you will be respraying
he/she/it will be respraying
we will be respraying
you will be respraying
they will be respraying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been respraying
you have been respraying
he/she/it has been respraying
we have been respraying
you have been respraying
they have been respraying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been respraying
you will have been respraying
he/she/it will have been respraying
we will have been respraying
you will have been respraying
they will have been respraying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been respraying
you had been respraying
he/she/it had been respraying
we had been respraying
you had been respraying
they had been respraying
Conditional
I would respray
you would respray
he/she/it would respray
we would respray
you would respray
they would respray
Past Conditional
I would have resprayed
you would have resprayed
he/she/it would have resprayed
we would have resprayed
you would have resprayed
they would have resprayed
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Translations

respray

[ˈriːspreɪ]
A. VT [+ car] → volver a pintar (a pistola)
B. [ˈriːspreɪ] N the car needs a resprayel coche necesita que lo pinten
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Carefully looked after during the last 11 years of ownership, the TR5 has been resprayed in Old English White with the engine, clutch, gearbox, steering, suspension and brakes all completely overhauled.
The 1979 model has been resprayed and features upgraded wheels with whitewall tyres.
In that article John Legood of Burton on the Wolds recalled that in August 1933 he was a young bobby on the beat, when his suspicions were aroused, when he spotted a car being resprayed in a Loughborough workshop at three o'clock in the morning!
Lesley Chapman, 37, said her mum's mobility car has been covered with paint - and she's worried it'll get taken away from the family, or that they'll be liable to have it resprayed.
It had been resprayed black, then dismantled but was identified from the engine's serial number.
One gent said it cost him PS1,200 to get his car resprayed because of the damage.
The American actor had resprayed the car from silver to red and fitted wheels from his Ferrari NART Spyder, which he had crashed and he kept the 165mph car until 1971and later sold it to fellow actor Guy Williams.
The cockpit has been resprayed to look like a beak, with the body, wings and tail also getting a makeover.
"A well-maintained synthetic track surface of this type is typically resprayed every seven to eight years," Eldridge said.
It was originally blue, but has been resprayed red.
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