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retweet

vb
to post (another user's post) on the Twitter website for one's own followers

retweet


Past participle: retweeted
Gerund: retweeting

Imperative
retweet
retweet
Present
I retweet
you retweet
he/she/it retweets
we retweet
you retweet
they retweet
Preterite
I retweeted
you retweeted
he/she/it retweeted
we retweeted
you retweeted
they retweeted
Present Continuous
I am retweeting
you are retweeting
he/she/it is retweeting
we are retweeting
you are retweeting
they are retweeting
Present Perfect
I have retweeted
you have retweeted
he/she/it has retweeted
we have retweeted
you have retweeted
they have retweeted
Past Continuous
I was retweeting
you were retweeting
he/she/it was retweeting
we were retweeting
you were retweeting
they were retweeting
Past Perfect
I had retweeted
you had retweeted
he/she/it had retweeted
we had retweeted
you had retweeted
they had retweeted
Future
I will retweet
you will retweet
he/she/it will retweet
we will retweet
you will retweet
they will retweet
Future Perfect
I will have retweeted
you will have retweeted
he/she/it will have retweeted
we will have retweeted
you will have retweeted
they will have retweeted
Future Continuous
I will be retweeting
you will be retweeting
he/she/it will be retweeting
we will be retweeting
you will be retweeting
they will be retweeting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retweeting
you have been retweeting
he/she/it has been retweeting
we have been retweeting
you have been retweeting
they have been retweeting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retweeting
you will have been retweeting
he/she/it will have been retweeting
we will have been retweeting
you will have been retweeting
they will have been retweeting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retweeting
you had been retweeting
he/she/it had been retweeting
we had been retweeting
you had been retweeting
they had been retweeting
Conditional
I would retweet
you would retweet
he/she/it would retweet
we would retweet
you would retweet
they would retweet
Past Conditional
I would have retweeted
you would have retweeted
he/she/it would have retweeted
we would have retweeted
you would have retweeted
they would have retweeted
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The retweet is one of the core functions of Twitter through which a citizen can forward a tweet published by another citizen (Orihuela, 2011), always maintaining the original authorship of the tweet.
Even after the false news had been debunked on Twitter and traditional news media outlets, the study found that less than 10 per cent of the users who spread the false news deleted their erroneous retweet and less than 20 per cent of the same users clarified the false tweet with a new tweet.
While the first-layer retweet sale is helpful to predict the information propagation.
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He donated 10p for every retweet to charity Mind in Aaron's name.