Rearrange conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: change, change the order

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
rearrange
rearrange
rearranges
rearrange
rearrange
rearrange
Future Simple
will rearrange
will rearrange
will rearrange
will rearrange
will rearrange
will rearrange
Past Simple
rearranged
rearranged
rearranged
rearranged
rearranged
rearranged
Conditional Simple
would rearrange
would rearrange
would rearrange
would rearrange
would rearrange
would rearrange
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am rearranging
are rearranging
is rearranging
are rearranging
are rearranging
are rearranging
Future Progressive
will be rearranging
will be rearranging
will be rearranging
will be rearranging
will be rearranging
will be rearranging
Past Progressive
was rearranging
were rearranging
was rearranging
were rearranging
were rearranging
were rearranging
Conditional Progressive
would be rearranging
would be rearranging
would be rearranging
would be rearranging
would be rearranging
would be rearranging
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have rearranged
have rearranged
has rearranged
have rearranged
have rearranged
have rearranged
Future Perfect
will have rearranged
will have rearranged
will have rearranged
will have rearranged
will have rearranged
will have rearranged
Past Perfect
had rearranged
had rearranged
had rearranged
had rearranged
had rearranged
had rearranged
Conditional Perfect
would have rearranged
would have rearranged
would have rearranged
would have rearranged
would have rearranged
would have rearranged
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been rearranging
have been rearranging
has been rearranging
have been rearranging
have been rearranging
have been rearranging
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been rearranging
will have been rearranging
will have been rearranging
will have been rearranging
will have been rearranging
will have been rearranging
Past Perfect Progressive
had been rearranging
had been rearranging
had been rearranging
had been rearranging
had been rearranging
had been rearranging
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been rearranging
would have been rearranging
would have been rearranging
would have been rearranging
would have been rearranging
would have been rearranging

Examples of rearrange

Example in English
so I have to rearrange it and do something in a different way."
buzzer) His supporters thought these accusations were often true, but they believed that Falluper's half- fictions were by- products of his compulsion to draw up maps, index disaster and break chaos into small pieces that he might rearrange them in a different way, perhaps alphabetically.
* You can't rearrange her * She's no stranger to danger
A solid blow will rearrange its molecules.
And I'm gonna rearrange your teeth!
so I have to rearrange it and do something in a different way."
buzzer) His supporters thought these accusations were often true, but they believed that Falluper's half- fictions were by- products of his compulsion to draw up maps, index disaster and break chaos into small pieces that he might rearrange them in a different way, perhaps alphabetically.
* You can't rearrange her * She's no stranger to danger
A solid blow will rearrange its molecules.
And I'm gonna rearrange your teeth!
A metabolism is a biologically active process that breaks down certain chemical compounds into smaller constituents, and then rearranges those constituents.
A problem, for me, is when Leo rearranges my books here.
And what kind of a rapist makes tea and rearranges the whole kitchen?
As always, history and time dilutes, exaggerates, distorts, or rearranges the context of any object and event, certainly of an image, certainly of a painting, certainly of those significant benchmark paintings that have highlighted the ways
First he rearranges my bar.
A metabolism is a biologically active process that breaks down certain chemical compounds into smaller constituents, and then rearranges those constituents.
A problem, for me, is when Leo rearranges my books here.
And what kind of a rapist makes tea and rearranges the whole kitchen?
As always, history and time dilutes, exaggerates, distorts, or rearranges the context of any object and event, certainly of an image, certainly of a painting, certainly of those significant benchmark paintings that have highlighted the ways
First he rearranges my bar.
She rearranged them like Scrabble tiles until they spelled her name."
'They completely rearranged my face.' '30 minutes ago, I was standing on my own two feet.'
** They prefer rearranged. **
Healthy and wealthy, I see. (Charles) You've rearranged a holiday for me and I won't forget it.
I rearranged some office hours so you don't have to rush home.
A" at the beginning was bothering me, so I started rearranging the letters.
l'm rearranging
Styles keep a-changin', the world's rearranging' #
I was rearranging some DVDs.
Nobody's rearranging MY molecules.
She rearranged them like Scrabble tiles until they spelled her name."
'They completely rearranged my face.' '30 minutes ago, I was standing on my own two feet.'
** They prefer rearranged. **
Healthy and wealthy, I see. (Charles) You've rearranged a holiday for me and I won't forget it.
I rearranged some office hours so you don't have to rush home.
A" at the beginning was bothering me, so I started rearranging the letters.
l'm rearranging
Styles keep a-changin', the world's rearranging' #
I was rearranging some DVDs.
Nobody's rearranging MY molecules.

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