Definition of Recompiling

1. Verb. (present participle of recompile) ¹



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Definition of Recompiling

1. recompile [v] - See also: recompile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recompiling

recompensings
recompensive
recompete
recompeted
recompetes
recompeting
recompilable
recompilation
recompilations
recompile
recompiled
recompilement
recompiler
recompilers
recompiles
recompiling (current term)
recomplicate
recomplicated
recomplicates
recomplicating
recompose
recomposed
recomposer
recomposers
recomposes
recomposing
recomposition
recompositions
recompress
recompressed

Literary usage of Recompiling

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1. The Mechanics of Law Making by Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, Courtenay Ilbert (1914)
"The work to be done," according to this proposition, " consisteth of two parts, the digest or recompiling of the common laws, and that of the statutes. ..."

2. The Mechanics of Law Making by Sir Courtenay Peregrine Ilbert, Courtenay Ilbert (1914)
"The work to be done," according to this proposition, " consisteth of two parts, the digest or recompiling of the common laws, and that of the statutes. ..."

3. Guidelines for the Evaluation of Electronic Data Interchange Products by John J. Garguilo, Paul Markovitz (1998)
"For example, updates to EDI standards and new data mappings (ie, adding support for a new document type) requires recompiling portions of the translator. ..."

4. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1862)
"Bacon, in his proposition, laid down that the reforming and recompiling of the statute law consists of four parts :— 1. " The first, to discharge the books ..."

5. The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence (1835)
"He proposed to the King a plan for reducing and recompiling the laws of England, of which he said, ... First, the digest, or recompiling the common Laws. 1. ..."

6. A Digest of the Public General Statutes: From Magna Carta, A.D. 1224-5, to 1 by Robert Philip Tyrwhitt, Thomas William Tyndale (1822)
"For reforming and recompiling of statute/aw it consists of 4 parts. 1. The first, te discharge the books of those statutes where the case by alteration of ..."

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