reattain

Related to reattain: regain, retain, Reobtain

reattain

(ˌriːəˈteɪn)
vb (tr)
formal to attain (a goal, aim, level of achievement, etc) again

reattain


Past participle: reattained
Gerund: reattaining

Imperative
reattain
reattain
Present
I reattain
you reattain
he/she/it reattains
we reattain
you reattain
they reattain
Preterite
I reattained
you reattained
he/she/it reattained
we reattained
you reattained
they reattained
Present Continuous
I am reattaining
you are reattaining
he/she/it is reattaining
we are reattaining
you are reattaining
they are reattaining
Present Perfect
I have reattained
you have reattained
he/she/it has reattained
we have reattained
you have reattained
they have reattained
Past Continuous
I was reattaining
you were reattaining
he/she/it was reattaining
we were reattaining
you were reattaining
they were reattaining
Past Perfect
I had reattained
you had reattained
he/she/it had reattained
we had reattained
you had reattained
they had reattained
Future
I will reattain
you will reattain
he/she/it will reattain
we will reattain
you will reattain
they will reattain
Future Perfect
I will have reattained
you will have reattained
he/she/it will have reattained
we will have reattained
you will have reattained
they will have reattained
Future Continuous
I will be reattaining
you will be reattaining
he/she/it will be reattaining
we will be reattaining
you will be reattaining
they will be reattaining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reattaining
you have been reattaining
he/she/it has been reattaining
we have been reattaining
you have been reattaining
they have been reattaining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reattaining
you will have been reattaining
he/she/it will have been reattaining
we will have been reattaining
you will have been reattaining
they will have been reattaining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reattaining
you had been reattaining
he/she/it had been reattaining
we had been reattaining
you had been reattaining
they had been reattaining
Conditional
I would reattain
you would reattain
he/she/it would reattain
we would reattain
you would reattain
they would reattain
Past Conditional
I would have reattained
you would have reattained
he/she/it would have reattained
we would have reattained
you would have reattained
they would have reattained
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In so doing, the path of philosophy has been diverted and the richness of philosophy rendered difficult to reattain.
Bath, regular league and cup winners during a golden era in the 1980s and 1990s that also included them becoming England's first European champion club, have never threatened to reattain such heights since then.
Yet United's players may ultimately pay a heavy price for their antipathy towards Moyes, with the club's abject form under him costing them a place in the Champions League next season, something that may prove difficult to reattain quickly.
We are trying to reattain the global status of the company," said Midani.
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Specifically, the existence of cointegration requires that any deviation from long-run equilibrium produce an adjustment(s) to reattain the defined equilibrium.
Thus the optimal target criteria do not merely describe the state that one wishes to reattain once the effects of recent disturbances have worked themselves out; they also characterize the optimal transition dynamics following a disturbance.
If Russian men in their early 40s were to reattain, by their late 40s, the same survival chances their fathers faced at that age, they would have to improve on the mortality rates of today's 45-49 year olds by over 40 percent--and they would have to reduce their own future mortality rates to just five-sixths the level they currently experience.
The resprouting species can afford to drop leaves, because they can expect to reattain required nutrients through the normal external decomposition cycle, since individuals will survive many years and through periods of several fires.
In this case, deviations from long-run equilibrium must produce an adjustment(s) to reattain the defined equilibrium.
Through efforts like Gietzen's, Cinco de Mayo can reattain its historical significance, Diaz said.