reassume


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reassume

(ˌriːəˈsjuːm)
vb (tr)
to assume (a condition, rank, mood, etc) again

reassume


Past participle: reassumed
Gerund: reassuming

Imperative
reassume
reassume
Present
I reassume
you reassume
he/she/it reassumes
we reassume
you reassume
they reassume
Preterite
I reassumed
you reassumed
he/she/it reassumed
we reassumed
you reassumed
they reassumed
Present Continuous
I am reassuming
you are reassuming
he/she/it is reassuming
we are reassuming
you are reassuming
they are reassuming
Present Perfect
I have reassumed
you have reassumed
he/she/it has reassumed
we have reassumed
you have reassumed
they have reassumed
Past Continuous
I was reassuming
you were reassuming
he/she/it was reassuming
we were reassuming
you were reassuming
they were reassuming
Past Perfect
I had reassumed
you had reassumed
he/she/it had reassumed
we had reassumed
you had reassumed
they had reassumed
Future
I will reassume
you will reassume
he/she/it will reassume
we will reassume
you will reassume
they will reassume
Future Perfect
I will have reassumed
you will have reassumed
he/she/it will have reassumed
we will have reassumed
you will have reassumed
they will have reassumed
Future Continuous
I will be reassuming
you will be reassuming
he/she/it will be reassuming
we will be reassuming
you will be reassuming
they will be reassuming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reassuming
you have been reassuming
he/she/it has been reassuming
we have been reassuming
you have been reassuming
they have been reassuming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reassuming
you will have been reassuming
he/she/it will have been reassuming
we will have been reassuming
you will have been reassuming
they will have been reassuming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reassuming
you had been reassuming
he/she/it had been reassuming
we had been reassuming
you had been reassuming
they had been reassuming
Conditional
I would reassume
you would reassume
he/she/it would reassume
we would reassume
you would reassume
they would reassume
Past Conditional
I would have reassumed
you would have reassumed
he/she/it would have reassumed
we would have reassumed
you would have reassumed
they would have reassumed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

reassume

verb
To occupy or take again:
Translations

reassume

vt workwieder aufnehmen; officewieder übernehmen
References in classic literature ?
5] When viewed at a distance, from their manner of walking and colour they resemble pigs: but when seated on their haunches, and attentively watching any object with one eye, they reassume the appearance of their congeners, cavies and rabbits.
He attached very little importance, he said, to reassembling the same people--seeing that it would be vain to expect them to reassume the various positions which they had occupied towards me in the past times.
David Rosser will reassume the role he previously held early in the new year, after serving as director of innovation and anchor companies within the Welsh Government's Department for Business, Enterprise, Technology and Science.
Some sources among the socialists have speculated Parvanov might try to reassume leadership of the Bulgarian Socialist Party from its current leader Sergey Stanishev.
Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour said that Syria will overcome the current crisis and restore its role to reassume the national and pan-Arab responsibility.
NNA - 03/12/2011 Hezbollah MP Mohammad Raad said Saturday that March 14 Camp is upset with funding of Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), because their aim is to blackmail the Resistance and reassume power.
Oleg Shvetsov, Acting Chairman of the Management Board, will now reassume his duties as First Deputy MB Chairman.
Finally he addresses questions concerning the incorporation of states' interests into the United Nations Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, the expansion of the definition of refugee, the problem of dilution of the refugee status under the Convention, and enabling states to reassume responsibility for refugees.
To do so, however, Huppert had in fact been constrained, not to assume a variety of aspects but rather to revisit and reassume temporally distant ones constitutive of roles played in the past, locating the concomitant sets of physical reflexes in her muscular memory as might an athlete or a musician.
At Jackie Robinson Park, the new staffing will let the county reassume responsibility for athletic programs that were taken over by the park foundation because of past years' budget cuts.
Still another body of research has tended to emphasize that any gains that women have in the absence of their husbands are temporary at best and that when men return they reassume the roles they had prior to departure.
Maybe--just maybe--it's time for the profession to reassume its legitimate responsibility for assessing customer need--but to do so in concert with customers themselves.