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re·con·nect

 (rē′kə-nĕkt′)
v. re·con·nect·ed, re·con·nect·ing, re·con·nects
v.tr.
To cause to become connected again: reconnected the wires.
v.intr.
To meet or come into contact again after a long absence: The two childhood friends reconnected at a high school reunion.

reconnect

(ˌriːkəˈnɛkt)
vb
to link or be linked together again
ˌreconˈnection n

reconnect


Past participle: reconnected
Gerund: reconnecting

Imperative
reconnect
reconnect
Present
I reconnect
you reconnect
he/she/it reconnects
we reconnect
you reconnect
they reconnect
Preterite
I reconnected
you reconnected
he/she/it reconnected
we reconnected
you reconnected
they reconnected
Present Continuous
I am reconnecting
you are reconnecting
he/she/it is reconnecting
we are reconnecting
you are reconnecting
they are reconnecting
Present Perfect
I have reconnected
you have reconnected
he/she/it has reconnected
we have reconnected
you have reconnected
they have reconnected
Past Continuous
I was reconnecting
you were reconnecting
he/she/it was reconnecting
we were reconnecting
you were reconnecting
they were reconnecting
Past Perfect
I had reconnected
you had reconnected
he/she/it had reconnected
we had reconnected
you had reconnected
they had reconnected
Future
I will reconnect
you will reconnect
he/she/it will reconnect
we will reconnect
you will reconnect
they will reconnect
Future Perfect
I will have reconnected
you will have reconnected
he/she/it will have reconnected
we will have reconnected
you will have reconnected
they will have reconnected
Future Continuous
I will be reconnecting
you will be reconnecting
he/she/it will be reconnecting
we will be reconnecting
you will be reconnecting
they will be reconnecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconnecting
you have been reconnecting
he/she/it has been reconnecting
we have been reconnecting
you have been reconnecting
they have been reconnecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconnecting
you will have been reconnecting
he/she/it will have been reconnecting
we will have been reconnecting
you will have been reconnecting
they will have been reconnecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconnecting
you had been reconnecting
he/she/it had been reconnecting
we had been reconnecting
you had been reconnecting
they had been reconnecting
Conditional
I would reconnect
you would reconnect
he/she/it would reconnect
we would reconnect
you would reconnect
they would reconnect
Past Conditional
I would have reconnected
you would have reconnected
he/she/it would have reconnected
we would have reconnected
you would have reconnected
they would have reconnected
Translations
uudelleenyhdistää

reconnect

[ˌriːkəˈnɛkt] vt [+ electricity, gas, water supply] → rebrancher; [+ customer, house] → rebrancher sur le réseau

reconnect

vt reconectar
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