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restyle

(ˌriːˈstaɪl)
vb (tr)
1. to change the style of
2. to change the name of

restyle


Past participle: restyled
Gerund: restyling

Imperative
restyle
restyle
Present
I restyle
you restyle
he/she/it restyles
we restyle
you restyle
they restyle
Preterite
I restyled
you restyled
he/she/it restyled
we restyled
you restyled
they restyled
Present Continuous
I am restyling
you are restyling
he/she/it is restyling
we are restyling
you are restyling
they are restyling
Present Perfect
I have restyled
you have restyled
he/she/it has restyled
we have restyled
you have restyled
they have restyled
Past Continuous
I was restyling
you were restyling
he/she/it was restyling
we were restyling
you were restyling
they were restyling
Past Perfect
I had restyled
you had restyled
he/she/it had restyled
we had restyled
you had restyled
they had restyled
Future
I will restyle
you will restyle
he/she/it will restyle
we will restyle
you will restyle
they will restyle
Future Perfect
I will have restyled
you will have restyled
he/she/it will have restyled
we will have restyled
you will have restyled
they will have restyled
Future Continuous
I will be restyling
you will be restyling
he/she/it will be restyling
we will be restyling
you will be restyling
they will be restyling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been restyling
you have been restyling
he/she/it has been restyling
we have been restyling
you have been restyling
they have been restyling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been restyling
you will have been restyling
he/she/it will have been restyling
we will have been restyling
you will have been restyling
they will have been restyling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been restyling
you had been restyling
he/she/it had been restyling
we had been restyling
you had been restyling
they had been restyling
Conditional
I would restyle
you would restyle
he/she/it would restyle
we would restyle
you would restyle
they would restyle
Past Conditional
I would have restyled
you would have restyled
he/she/it would have restyled
we would have restyled
you would have restyled
they would have restyled
Translations

restyle

[ˌriːˈstaɪl] VT [+ car] → remodelar, remozar
I asked her to restyle my hairle pedí que me hiciera otro corte de pelo, le pedí que me hiciera un corte de pelo diferente

restyle

vt (= rearrange, remake)umgestalten, umarbeiten; (= realign)neu ausrichten
References in classic literature ?
Of these professional tramps a great many had, of course, been shiftless and vicious all their lives.
Don't you dare answer me back that imperdent way, Rebecca, tellin' me I'm mean; your father was a vain, foolish, shiftless man, an' you might as well hear it from me as anybody else; he spent your mother's money and left her with seven children to provide for.
It had never dawned upon him that this shiftless, thriftless, worthless, sponging parasite was yet, after and in spite of all, not mercenary in the issue of his thoughts; yet so it was.
The physician with his theory, rather obtained from than corrected by experiments on the human constitution; the pious, self- denying, laborious, and ill-paid missionary; the half-educated, litigious, envious, and disreputable lawyer, with his counterpoise, a brother of the profession, of better origin and of better character; the shiftless, bargaining, discontented seller of his “betterments;” the plausible carpenter, and most of the others, are more familiar to all who have ever dwelt in a new country.
To expand, without bothering about it--without shiftless timidity on one side, or loquacious eagerness on the other--to the full compass of what he would have called a "pleasant" experience, was Newman's most definite programme of life.
This going to hunt up her shiftless husband at the inn was one of Mrs Durbeyfield's still extant enjoyments in the muck and muddle of rearing children.
The community is eminently Portuguese--that is to say, it is slow, poor, shiftless, sleepy, and lazy.
Philip was interested in her shiftless life, and she made him laugh with the fantastic narration of her struggles.
What shiftless people they are--such a want of education,' thought Vasili Andreevich, and he felt like taking the drugget off the horse and putting it over Nikita, but it would be very cold to get out and move about and, moreover, the horse might freeze to death.
There was no reason why he should go out of his way to back up a shiftless party like me, yet he did, and made many things easy and safe that would have been confoundedly hard and dangerous if I 'd been left to myself.