restage

restage

(riːˈsteɪdʒ)
vb (tr)
1. (Ballet) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
2. (Film) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
3. (Theatre) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
4. (Broadcasting) to produce or perform a new production of (a play)
5. to organize or carry out (an event) again, esp if it has been cancelled: attempts have been made to restage the race.
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restage


Past participle: restaged
Gerund: restaging

Imperative
restage
restage
Present
I restage
you restage
he/she/it restages
we restage
you restage
they restage
Preterite
I restaged
you restaged
he/she/it restaged
we restaged
you restaged
they restaged
Present Continuous
I am restaging
you are restaging
he/she/it is restaging
we are restaging
you are restaging
they are restaging
Present Perfect
I have restaged
you have restaged
he/she/it has restaged
we have restaged
you have restaged
they have restaged
Past Continuous
I was restaging
you were restaging
he/she/it was restaging
we were restaging
you were restaging
they were restaging
Past Perfect
I had restaged
you had restaged
he/she/it had restaged
we had restaged
you had restaged
they had restaged
Future
I will restage
you will restage
he/she/it will restage
we will restage
you will restage
they will restage
Future Perfect
I will have restaged
you will have restaged
he/she/it will have restaged
we will have restaged
you will have restaged
they will have restaged
Future Continuous
I will be restaging
you will be restaging
he/she/it will be restaging
we will be restaging
you will be restaging
they will be restaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been restaging
you have been restaging
he/she/it has been restaging
we have been restaging
you have been restaging
they have been restaging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been restaging
you will have been restaging
he/she/it will have been restaging
we will have been restaging
you will have been restaging
they will have been restaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been restaging
you had been restaging
he/she/it had been restaging
we had been restaging
you had been restaging
they had been restaging
Conditional
I would restage
you would restage
he/she/it would restage
we would restage
you would restage
they would restage
Past Conditional
I would have restaged
you would have restaged
he/she/it would have restaged
we would have restaged
you would have restaged
they would have restaged
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

restage

vt play etcwieder aufführen; scene, eventnachstellen, rekonstruieren
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