reupholster

reupholster

(ˌriːʌpˈhəʊlstə)
vb (tr)
1. (Furniture) to upholster (chairs, furniture, sofas, etc) again or differently
2. (Crafts) to upholster (chairs, furniture, sofas, etc) again or differently

reupholster


Past participle: reupholstered
Gerund: reupholstering

Imperative
reupholster
reupholster
Present
I reupholster
you reupholster
he/she/it reupholsters
we reupholster
you reupholster
they reupholster
Preterite
I reupholstered
you reupholstered
he/she/it reupholstered
we reupholstered
you reupholstered
they reupholstered
Present Continuous
I am reupholstering
you are reupholstering
he/she/it is reupholstering
we are reupholstering
you are reupholstering
they are reupholstering
Present Perfect
I have reupholstered
you have reupholstered
he/she/it has reupholstered
we have reupholstered
you have reupholstered
they have reupholstered
Past Continuous
I was reupholstering
you were reupholstering
he/she/it was reupholstering
we were reupholstering
you were reupholstering
they were reupholstering
Past Perfect
I had reupholstered
you had reupholstered
he/she/it had reupholstered
we had reupholstered
you had reupholstered
they had reupholstered
Future
I will reupholster
you will reupholster
he/she/it will reupholster
we will reupholster
you will reupholster
they will reupholster
Future Perfect
I will have reupholstered
you will have reupholstered
he/she/it will have reupholstered
we will have reupholstered
you will have reupholstered
they will have reupholstered
Future Continuous
I will be reupholstering
you will be reupholstering
he/she/it will be reupholstering
we will be reupholstering
you will be reupholstering
they will be reupholstering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reupholstering
you have been reupholstering
he/she/it has been reupholstering
we have been reupholstering
you have been reupholstering
they have been reupholstering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reupholstering
you will have been reupholstering
he/she/it will have been reupholstering
we will have been reupholstering
you will have been reupholstering
they will have been reupholstering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reupholstering
you had been reupholstering
he/she/it had been reupholstering
we had been reupholstering
you had been reupholstering
they had been reupholstering
Conditional
I would reupholster
you would reupholster
he/she/it would reupholster
we would reupholster
you would reupholster
they would reupholster
Past Conditional
I would have reupholstered
you would have reupholstered
he/she/it would have reupholstered
we would have reupholstered
you would have reupholstered
they would have reupholstered
References in periodicals archive ?
class="MsoNormalReupholstering duration class="MsoNormalThe time it takes to reupholster a piece depends on its size.
I was always planning to reupholster or slipcover it, but I put off the project until the arms of the chair were threadbare and the bottom cushion flat as a pancake.
The business continued to grow during the slow economy as consumers chose to reupholster instead of purchasing new.
SPRUCE: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO UPHOLSTERY AND DESIGN is a pick for any who would reupholster old furniture and comes from an upholstery shop owner who teaches anyone the craft of upholstering their own furniture.
I BOUGHT a wooden armchair with a padded seat and back at a car boot sale and a friend has offered to reupholster it.
High Ercal sports and social club got pounds 4,642 to reupholster seating.
The development of local anesthesia and antibiotics in the 20th century made it possible to reupholster sagging jaw-lines with surgical face-lifts.
"There are those that will reupholster furniture for $1,400, and I will reupholster and have you in new furniture for less.
In other words, how often will you have to reupholster? I've had some long-term care administrators tell me they were reupholstering every 1-1/2 years until they started using good fabrics that had passed durability testing and had a moisture barrier.
"I love working with solid pieces of furniture, and it's still cheaper to reupholster than to buy new." Again, though, cheap imports are clogging the market.
Tracey McBride can reupholster anything from suites to headboards, as well as making curtains and cushion covers among other items Pictures: Robin Bidgood' TRANSFORMATION...
The designers create a 1950s-inspired playroom complete with a toy treasure chest, plus a romantic bedroom and then they reupholster the dining room chairs.