reawaken


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reawaken

(ˌriːəˈweɪkən)
vb
1. to emerge or rouse from sleep
2. to become or make aware of (something) again

reawaken


Past participle: reawakened
Gerund: reawakening

Imperative
reawaken
reawaken
Present
I reawaken
you reawaken
he/she/it reawakens
we reawaken
you reawaken
they reawaken
Preterite
I reawakened
you reawakened
he/she/it reawakened
we reawakened
you reawakened
they reawakened
Present Continuous
I am reawakening
you are reawakening
he/she/it is reawakening
we are reawakening
you are reawakening
they are reawakening
Present Perfect
I have reawakened
you have reawakened
he/she/it has reawakened
we have reawakened
you have reawakened
they have reawakened
Past Continuous
I was reawakening
you were reawakening
he/she/it was reawakening
we were reawakening
you were reawakening
they were reawakening
Past Perfect
I had reawakened
you had reawakened
he/she/it had reawakened
we had reawakened
you had reawakened
they had reawakened
Future
I will reawaken
you will reawaken
he/she/it will reawaken
we will reawaken
you will reawaken
they will reawaken
Future Perfect
I will have reawakened
you will have reawakened
he/she/it will have reawakened
we will have reawakened
you will have reawakened
they will have reawakened
Future Continuous
I will be reawakening
you will be reawakening
he/she/it will be reawakening
we will be reawakening
you will be reawakening
they will be reawakening
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reawakening
you have been reawakening
he/she/it has been reawakening
we have been reawakening
you have been reawakening
they have been reawakening
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reawakening
you will have been reawakening
he/she/it will have been reawakening
we will have been reawakening
you will have been reawakening
they will have been reawakening
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reawakening
you had been reawakening
he/she/it had been reawakening
we had been reawakening
you had been reawakening
they had been reawakening
Conditional
I would reawaken
you would reawaken
he/she/it would reawaken
we would reawaken
you would reawaken
they would reawaken
Past Conditional
I would have reawakened
you would have reawakened
he/she/it would have reawakened
we would have reawakened
you would have reawakened
they would have reawakened
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reawaken - awaken once again
awaken, wake up, waken, rouse, wake, arouse - cause to become awake or conscious; "He was roused by the drunken men in the street"; "Please wake me at 6 AM."

reawaken

verb
To rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence:
Translations

reawaken

[ˈriːəˈweɪkən]
A. VTvolver a despertar

reawaken

[ˌriːəˈweɪkən] vt [+ feelings, memories, interest] → réveiller; [+ debate] → raviver

reawaken

vt personwiedererwecken; love, passion, interestneu erwecken
viwieder aufwachen; (interest, love, passion)wieder aufleben, wieder erwachen

reawaken

[ˌriːəˈweɪkn]
2. virisvegliarsi, ridestarsi

reawaken

v. volver a despertar.
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