reassimilate

Related to reassimilate: assimilate

reassimilate


Past participle: reassimilated
Gerund: reassimilating

Imperative
reassimilate
reassimilate
Present
I reassimilate
you reassimilate
he/she/it reassimilates
we reassimilate
you reassimilate
they reassimilate
Preterite
I reassimilated
you reassimilated
he/she/it reassimilated
we reassimilated
you reassimilated
they reassimilated
Present Continuous
I am reassimilating
you are reassimilating
he/she/it is reassimilating
we are reassimilating
you are reassimilating
they are reassimilating
Present Perfect
I have reassimilated
you have reassimilated
he/she/it has reassimilated
we have reassimilated
you have reassimilated
they have reassimilated
Past Continuous
I was reassimilating
you were reassimilating
he/she/it was reassimilating
we were reassimilating
you were reassimilating
they were reassimilating
Past Perfect
I had reassimilated
you had reassimilated
he/she/it had reassimilated
we had reassimilated
you had reassimilated
they had reassimilated
Future
I will reassimilate
you will reassimilate
he/she/it will reassimilate
we will reassimilate
you will reassimilate
they will reassimilate
Future Perfect
I will have reassimilated
you will have reassimilated
he/she/it will have reassimilated
we will have reassimilated
you will have reassimilated
they will have reassimilated
Future Continuous
I will be reassimilating
you will be reassimilating
he/she/it will be reassimilating
we will be reassimilating
you will be reassimilating
they will be reassimilating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reassimilating
you have been reassimilating
he/she/it has been reassimilating
we have been reassimilating
you have been reassimilating
they have been reassimilating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reassimilating
you will have been reassimilating
he/she/it will have been reassimilating
we will have been reassimilating
you will have been reassimilating
they will have been reassimilating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reassimilating
you had been reassimilating
he/she/it had been reassimilating
we had been reassimilating
you had been reassimilating
they had been reassimilating
Conditional
I would reassimilate
you would reassimilate
he/she/it would reassimilate
we would reassimilate
you would reassimilate
they would reassimilate
Past Conditional
I would have reassimilated
you would have reassimilated
he/she/it would have reassimilated
we would have reassimilated
you would have reassimilated
they would have reassimilated
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Inevitably, the Colombian government's transitional-justice regime to end the conflict and reassimilate the FARC into the Colombian political process has some detractors, and has divided the Colombian electorate.
Indeed, a subtext running throughout is that historically Afghanistan was culturally as well as politically and economically cordoned off from the rest of the world, until the world forcibly acted to reassimilate it--with Afghan agency sometimes subsumed in the process, and sometimes complicit, as in the case of local military enterpreneurs.
It's a smaller place where they can reassimilate into the education community.
In order to keep itself safe, unscathed, pure, exempt from danger, it must first ostracize Sethe and thereby lose Baby Suggs as its maternal center, and then eventually exorcise Beloved, the returned ghost of Sethe's baby, then gradually forget her, in order to reassimilate Sethe and Denver, the survivors, into the community.
Baltasar engages in Biblical transmission in an effort to reassimilate culturally, (15) and inadvertently becomes a virtual master of the word.
You have to reassimilate yourself into the group, especially if you're an older dancer, because there are a lot of younger dancers coming up.
Home at last, home for the first time in 10 days, home for the first time since the playoffs began, the Lakers tried to reassimilate to familiar surroundings and regain an edge in a playoff series that so far has not followed form.
I set out seriously, however, to relearn my own language and to reassimilate my culture until one day they come and say to me: `Father, we now understand that this brother really wants to live with us.
Thus, they probably reassimilate a significant part of this respired C[O.
Garfinkel is concerned to allow the benevolent hand of psychiatry and medicine both to help unfortunate transsexuals to reassimilate into society as their chosen gender, and to educate broader society towards greater tolerance.
The impulse to reassimilate the gay family member is certainly preferable to the all-too-common scenario of condemnation and abandonment.
Invertebrate-microalgal symbioses are able not only to reassimilate catabolically produced ammonium but also to take up and assimilate ammonium from the environment (Kawaguti, 1953; Cates and McLaughlin, 1976; Szmant-Froelich and Pilson, 1977; Muscatine and D'Elia, 1978; Muscatine et al.