reweigh

reweigh

(riːˈweɪ)
vb (tr)
to weigh (an object or quantity) again
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reweigh


Past participle: reweighed
Gerund: reweighing

Imperative
reweigh
reweigh
Present
I reweigh
you reweigh
he/she/it reweighs
we reweigh
you reweigh
they reweigh
Preterite
I reweighed
you reweighed
he/she/it reweighed
we reweighed
you reweighed
they reweighed
Present Continuous
I am reweighing
you are reweighing
he/she/it is reweighing
we are reweighing
you are reweighing
they are reweighing
Present Perfect
I have reweighed
you have reweighed
he/she/it has reweighed
we have reweighed
you have reweighed
they have reweighed
Past Continuous
I was reweighing
you were reweighing
he/she/it was reweighing
we were reweighing
you were reweighing
they were reweighing
Past Perfect
I had reweighed
you had reweighed
he/she/it had reweighed
we had reweighed
you had reweighed
they had reweighed
Future
I will reweigh
you will reweigh
he/she/it will reweigh
we will reweigh
you will reweigh
they will reweigh
Future Perfect
I will have reweighed
you will have reweighed
he/she/it will have reweighed
we will have reweighed
you will have reweighed
they will have reweighed
Future Continuous
I will be reweighing
you will be reweighing
he/she/it will be reweighing
we will be reweighing
you will be reweighing
they will be reweighing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reweighing
you have been reweighing
he/she/it has been reweighing
we have been reweighing
you have been reweighing
they have been reweighing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reweighing
you will have been reweighing
he/she/it will have been reweighing
we will have been reweighing
you will have been reweighing
they will have been reweighing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reweighing
you had been reweighing
he/she/it had been reweighing
we had been reweighing
you had been reweighing
they had been reweighing
Conditional
I would reweigh
you would reweigh
he/she/it would reweigh
we would reweigh
you would reweigh
they would reweigh
Past Conditional
I would have reweighed
you would have reweighed
he/she/it would have reweighed
we would have reweighed
you would have reweighed
they would have reweighed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in classic literature ?
Joe scratched his ear, picked up a piece of quartz, the smallest in the lot, weighed and reweighed it, and tossed it up and down in his hand.
He admits he didn't do what he should've done and he should have said to the starter he needed to reweigh. Afterwards he should have told the clerk of the scales but he didn't."
PDEA Director General Aaron Aquino claimed, however, that the agency decided to reweigh the lifters, which led to the conclusion that the shabu allegedly concealed in the lifters might have been worth P11 billion.
"It is simply not our role to reweigh such considerations and second guess the trial court.
The manual explicitly states that the Agency "relies on the expertise of the juvenile court in making child welfare decisions and does not reweigh the evidence to determine if the child was subjected to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or a similar basis under state law." In performing this role, the Agency's sole duty is to "confirm that the juvenile court made an informed decision."<br />Evidence not presented to the juvenile court, like Reyes's affidavits, is not germane to that task.
The main contribution of this work is to introduce the cost-sensitive learning to reweigh the score.
We strategically pack all the sun cream and, of course, weigh then reweigh to see if we can squeeze just one more pair of shoes or outfit in.
Here comes the important role of the writer to express his opinion clearly without circumlocution, and to "reweigh things" according to the real world information, not to contribute to changing it, but to know how to protect his head from the stones of anger, or whatever may be worse.
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In addressing whether the Minister's decision was reasonable, the Court explicitly distanced itself from Baker by stating that "[i]f the Minister has considered the correct factors, the courts should not reweigh them".
The rationale for the taboo is that to reweigh is to review on the merits, to use the correctness standard, and thus reweighing is inappropriate if the legislative intent is that the court should deploy a reasonableness standard.