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re·word

 (rē-wûrd′)
tr.v. re·word·ed, re·word·ing, re·words
1.
a. To change the wording of.
b. To state or express again in different words.
2. To state or express again in the same words; repeat.

reword

(riːˈwɜːd)
vb
(tr) to alter the wording of; express differently

re•word

(riˈwɜrd)

v.t.
1. to put into other words: to reword a contract.
2. to express in the same words; repeat.

reword


Past participle: reworded
Gerund: rewording

Imperative
reword
reword
Present
I reword
you reword
he/she/it rewords
we reword
you reword
they reword
Preterite
I reworded
you reworded
he/she/it reworded
we reworded
you reworded
they reworded
Present Continuous
I am rewording
you are rewording
he/she/it is rewording
we are rewording
you are rewording
they are rewording
Present Perfect
I have reworded
you have reworded
he/she/it has reworded
we have reworded
you have reworded
they have reworded
Past Continuous
I was rewording
you were rewording
he/she/it was rewording
we were rewording
you were rewording
they were rewording
Past Perfect
I had reworded
you had reworded
he/she/it had reworded
we had reworded
you had reworded
they had reworded
Future
I will reword
you will reword
he/she/it will reword
we will reword
you will reword
they will reword
Future Perfect
I will have reworded
you will have reworded
he/she/it will have reworded
we will have reworded
you will have reworded
they will have reworded
Future Continuous
I will be rewording
you will be rewording
he/she/it will be rewording
we will be rewording
you will be rewording
they will be rewording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rewording
you have been rewording
he/she/it has been rewording
we have been rewording
you have been rewording
they have been rewording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rewording
you will have been rewording
he/she/it will have been rewording
we will have been rewording
you will have been rewording
they will have been rewording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rewording
you had been rewording
he/she/it had been rewording
we had been rewording
you had been rewording
they had been rewording
Conditional
I would reword
you would reword
he/she/it would reword
we would reword
you would reword
they would reword
Past Conditional
I would have reworded
you would have reworded
he/she/it would have reworded
we would have reworded
you would have reworded
they would have reworded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reword - express the same message in different words
ingeminate, iterate, reiterate, repeat, restate, retell - to say, state, or perform again; "She kept reiterating her request"
translate - express, as in simple and less technical language; "Can you translate the instructions in this manual for a layman?"; "Is there a need to translate the psychiatrist's remarks?"

reword

verb put in other words, paraphrase, recast, rephrase, put another way, express differently I'll reword my question.

reword

verb
To express the meaning of in other, especially simpler, words:
Translations
يَضَعُ في عِبارَةٍ أو صِياغَةٍ جَديدَه
přeformulovat
omskrive
átfogalmaz
umorîa
išreikšti kitais žodžiais
izteikt citiem vārdiem
preformulovaťpreštylizovať
değişik kelimelerle ifade etmek

reword

[ˈriːˈwɜːd] VTexpresar en otras palabras

reword

[ˌriːˈwɜːrd] vtreformuler

reword

vt explanation, questionumformulieren, anders ausdrücken; paragraph, sentence alsoneu abfassen

reword

[ˌriːˈwɜːd] vtformulare or esprimere con altre parole

reword

(riːˈwəːd) verb
to say or write with different words. to reword a sentence.
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