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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of regrease.

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Examples

  • "The corporate bond printing press is just getting regreased and lubed for an encore," she said.

    Corporate Bond Supply Slows

  • Mary mixed several vats of cake batter and regreased all the gigantic cake tins.

    Act of Creation

  • "The corporate bond printing press is just getting regreased and lubed for an encore," she said.

    Corporate Supply Slackens

  • "The corporate bond printing press is just getting regreased and lubed for an encore," she said.

    Corporate Supply Slackens

  • "The corporate bond printing press is just getting regreased and lubed for an encore," she said.

    Corporate Bond Supply Slows

  • Tim Severin's book mentions in passing that the skin kayaks made by the Eskimos fall apart unless they are re-greased frequently, whereas the tanned leather they used for Brendan was much more durable; they regreased it once in two years and its properties hardly changed from beginning to end of the voyage which raises the question of what happened to the boat afterwards?

    The Brendan Voyage, by Tim Severin. Book review

  • The wires inside the fuselage should be cleaned and regreased about once

    The Aeroplane Speaks

  • The wires inside the fuselage should be cleaned and regreased about once

    The Aeroplane Speaks Fifth Edition

  • The wires inside the fuselage should be cleaned and regreased about once a fortnight.

    The Aeroplane Speaks

  • One thing I learned about tuning up my Silca is that when the pump gradually loses efficiency, either the leather gasket might have worn out or the cylinder might need to be regreased to aid in sealing.

    Bike Hugger

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