reattach

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reattach

(ˌriːəˈtætʃ)
vb (tr)
to attach (something) again

reattach


Past participle: reattached
Gerund: reattaching

Imperative
reattach
reattach
Present
I reattach
you reattach
he/she/it reattaches
we reattach
you reattach
they reattach
Preterite
I reattached
you reattached
he/she/it reattached
we reattached
you reattached
they reattached
Present Continuous
I am reattaching
you are reattaching
he/she/it is reattaching
we are reattaching
you are reattaching
they are reattaching
Present Perfect
I have reattached
you have reattached
he/she/it has reattached
we have reattached
you have reattached
they have reattached
Past Continuous
I was reattaching
you were reattaching
he/she/it was reattaching
we were reattaching
you were reattaching
they were reattaching
Past Perfect
I had reattached
you had reattached
he/she/it had reattached
we had reattached
you had reattached
they had reattached
Future
I will reattach
you will reattach
he/she/it will reattach
we will reattach
you will reattach
they will reattach
Future Perfect
I will have reattached
you will have reattached
he/she/it will have reattached
we will have reattached
you will have reattached
they will have reattached
Future Continuous
I will be reattaching
you will be reattaching
he/she/it will be reattaching
we will be reattaching
you will be reattaching
they will be reattaching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reattaching
you have been reattaching
he/she/it has been reattaching
we have been reattaching
you have been reattaching
they have been reattaching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reattaching
you will have been reattaching
he/she/it will have been reattaching
we will have been reattaching
you will have been reattaching
they will have been reattaching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reattaching
you had been reattaching
he/she/it had been reattaching
we had been reattaching
you had been reattaching
they had been reattaching
Conditional
I would reattach
you would reattach
he/she/it would reattach
we would reattach
you would reattach
they would reattach
Past Conditional
I would have reattached
you would have reattached
he/she/it would have reattached
we would have reattached
you would have reattached
they would have reattached
Translations

reattach

v. volver a juntar, volver a unir.

reattach

vt reconectar, recolocar
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