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re·com·bine

 (rē′kəm-bīn′)
v. re·com·bined, re·com·bin·ing, re·com·bines
v.tr.
To combine (things) again.
v.intr.
1. To combine again.
2. Genetics To undergo or cause recombination; form new combinations.

recombine

(ˌriːkəmˈbaɪn)
vb
to join together again

recombine


Past participle: recombined
Gerund: recombining

Imperative
recombine
recombine
Present
I recombine
you recombine
he/she/it recombines
we recombine
you recombine
they recombine
Preterite
I recombined
you recombined
he/she/it recombined
we recombined
you recombined
they recombined
Present Continuous
I am recombining
you are recombining
he/she/it is recombining
we are recombining
you are recombining
they are recombining
Present Perfect
I have recombined
you have recombined
he/she/it has recombined
we have recombined
you have recombined
they have recombined
Past Continuous
I was recombining
you were recombining
he/she/it was recombining
we were recombining
you were recombining
they were recombining
Past Perfect
I had recombined
you had recombined
he/she/it had recombined
we had recombined
you had recombined
they had recombined
Future
I will recombine
you will recombine
he/she/it will recombine
we will recombine
you will recombine
they will recombine
Future Perfect
I will have recombined
you will have recombined
he/she/it will have recombined
we will have recombined
you will have recombined
they will have recombined
Future Continuous
I will be recombining
you will be recombining
he/she/it will be recombining
we will be recombining
you will be recombining
they will be recombining
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recombining
you have been recombining
he/she/it has been recombining
we have been recombining
you have been recombining
they have been recombining
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recombining
you will have been recombining
he/she/it will have been recombining
we will have been recombining
you will have been recombining
they will have been recombining
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recombining
you had been recombining
he/she/it had been recombining
we had been recombining
you had been recombining
they had been recombining
Conditional
I would recombine
you would recombine
he/she/it would recombine
we would recombine
you would recombine
they would recombine
Past Conditional
I would have recombined
you would have recombined
he/she/it would have recombined
we would have recombined
you would have recombined
they would have recombined
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.recombine - undergo genetic recombination; "The DNA can recombine"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
recombine - cause genetic recombination; "should scientists recombine DNA?"
2.recombine - cause genetic recombination; "should scientists recombine DNA?"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
recombine - undergo genetic recombination; "The DNA can recombine"
3.recombine - to combine or put together again
combine, compound - put or add together; "combine resources"
Translations
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