retitle

retitle

(riːˈtaɪtəl)
vb (tr)
to rename

retitle


Past participle: retitled
Gerund: retitling

Imperative
retitle
retitle
Present
I retitle
you retitle
he/she/it retitles
we retitle
you retitle
they retitle
Preterite
I retitled
you retitled
he/she/it retitled
we retitled
you retitled
they retitled
Present Continuous
I am retitling
you are retitling
he/she/it is retitling
we are retitling
you are retitling
they are retitling
Present Perfect
I have retitled
you have retitled
he/she/it has retitled
we have retitled
you have retitled
they have retitled
Past Continuous
I was retitling
you were retitling
he/she/it was retitling
we were retitling
you were retitling
they were retitling
Past Perfect
I had retitled
you had retitled
he/she/it had retitled
we had retitled
you had retitled
they had retitled
Future
I will retitle
you will retitle
he/she/it will retitle
we will retitle
you will retitle
they will retitle
Future Perfect
I will have retitled
you will have retitled
he/she/it will have retitled
we will have retitled
you will have retitled
they will have retitled
Future Continuous
I will be retitling
you will be retitling
he/she/it will be retitling
we will be retitling
you will be retitling
they will be retitling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retitling
you have been retitling
he/she/it has been retitling
we have been retitling
you have been retitling
they have been retitling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retitling
you will have been retitling
he/she/it will have been retitling
we will have been retitling
you will have been retitling
they will have been retitling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retitling
you had been retitling
he/she/it had been retitling
we had been retitling
you had been retitling
they had been retitling
Conditional
I would retitle
you would retitle
he/she/it would retitle
we would retitle
you would retitle
they would retitle
Past Conditional
I would have retitled
you would have retitled
he/she/it would have retitled
we would have retitled
you would have retitled
they would have retitled
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References in periodicals archive ?
The shooting sent shockwaves around the Cockshut Hill community and prompted bosses at The Dovecote to retitle the pub The Rising Sun.
Thus, a person creating a revocable trust will have to retitle those assets in the name of the trust.
Rather than retitle the maiden in which he overcame Nathaniel, which was this year run as the Sunspot Amusements Southend EBF Maiden Stakes, officials are likely to try to find a Pattern race with which to honour the Sir Henry Ceciltrained superstar.
An ill-timed falling out between the men caused Beethoven to retitle it The Kreutzer Sonata.
Dr Rowan Williams told community leaders at a meeting of the Christian Muslim Forum that he sometimes thought they "ought to retitle the forum the Campaign Against Social Panic.
We respectfully request that you either reformulate the course by removing the young earth creationist materials or retitle the course as a course not focused on intelligent design.
Maintain separate FLP/FLLC accounts and retitle all assets in the entity's name.
Nonetheless, in order to improve the balance between taxpayers and the States concerning the selection of paper or machine-sensible records for audit, we recommend that the MTC retitle section 6 "Access to Records," add the words "hard-copy or" immediately before the phrase "machine-sensible" in section 6.
Wonder if they will retitle Robbie's one as "Mr I Was Once Unhappy But Since I Became Mr Rich Now I'm Mr Chirpy Although Still Liable to have visits from Mr Depression.
To retitle them using the name of a racing champion, no matter how great, would reduce their prestige.
NEWMARKET is to retitle the July meeting as part of its ongoing plans to accentuate the differences between the July course and the Rowley Mile.
Maybe the league should retitle its revue "Red, White, Black & Blue on Broadway.