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re·zone

 (rē-zōn′)
tr.v. re·zoned, re·zon·ing, re·zones
To change the governmental classification and permitted uses of (an area or piece of real estate).

re′zone′ n.
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rezone

(ˌriːˈzəʊn)
vb (tr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to change the zone or zoning classification assigned to (property) for the purposes of land use
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re•zone

(v. riˈzoʊn; n. also ˈriˌzoʊn)

v. -zoned, -zoning,
n. v.t.
1. to reclassify (a property, neighborhood, etc.) as belonging to a different zone or being subject to different zoning restrictions.
n.
2. an act or instance of rezoning.
[1950–55]
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rezone


Past participle: rezoned
Gerund: rezoning

Imperative
rezone
rezone
Present
I rezone
you rezone
he/she/it rezones
we rezone
you rezone
they rezone
Preterite
I rezoned
you rezoned
he/she/it rezoned
we rezoned
you rezoned
they rezoned
Present Continuous
I am rezoning
you are rezoning
he/she/it is rezoning
we are rezoning
you are rezoning
they are rezoning
Present Perfect
I have rezoned
you have rezoned
he/she/it has rezoned
we have rezoned
you have rezoned
they have rezoned
Past Continuous
I was rezoning
you were rezoning
he/she/it was rezoning
we were rezoning
you were rezoning
they were rezoning
Past Perfect
I had rezoned
you had rezoned
he/she/it had rezoned
we had rezoned
you had rezoned
they had rezoned
Future
I will rezone
you will rezone
he/she/it will rezone
we will rezone
you will rezone
they will rezone
Future Perfect
I will have rezoned
you will have rezoned
he/she/it will have rezoned
we will have rezoned
you will have rezoned
they will have rezoned
Future Continuous
I will be rezoning
you will be rezoning
he/she/it will be rezoning
we will be rezoning
you will be rezoning
they will be rezoning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rezoning
you have been rezoning
he/she/it has been rezoning
we have been rezoning
you have been rezoning
they have been rezoning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rezoning
you will have been rezoning
he/she/it will have been rezoning
we will have been rezoning
you will have been rezoning
they will have been rezoning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rezoning
you had been rezoning
he/she/it had been rezoning
we had been rezoning
you had been rezoning
they had been rezoning
Conditional
I would rezone
you would rezone
he/she/it would rezone
we would rezone
you would rezone
they would rezone
Past Conditional
I would have rezoned
you would have rezoned
he/she/it would have rezoned
we would have rezoned
you would have rezoned
they would have rezoned
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