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re·con·quer

 (rē-kŏng′kər)
tr.v. re·con·quered, re·con·quer·ing, re·con·quers
1. To regain control of (territory previously lost) by military force.
2. To defeat or overwhelm (a population, for instance) again by force of arms.

reconquer

(ˌriːˈkɒŋkə)
vb (tr)
(Military) to conquer a country or territory again after having lost it

reconquer


Past participle: reconquered
Gerund: reconquering

Imperative
reconquer
reconquer
Present
I reconquer
you reconquer
he/she/it reconquers
we reconquer
you reconquer
they reconquer
Preterite
I reconquered
you reconquered
he/she/it reconquered
we reconquered
you reconquered
they reconquered
Present Continuous
I am reconquering
you are reconquering
he/she/it is reconquering
we are reconquering
you are reconquering
they are reconquering
Present Perfect
I have reconquered
you have reconquered
he/she/it has reconquered
we have reconquered
you have reconquered
they have reconquered
Past Continuous
I was reconquering
you were reconquering
he/she/it was reconquering
we were reconquering
you were reconquering
they were reconquering
Past Perfect
I had reconquered
you had reconquered
he/she/it had reconquered
we had reconquered
you had reconquered
they had reconquered
Future
I will reconquer
you will reconquer
he/she/it will reconquer
we will reconquer
you will reconquer
they will reconquer
Future Perfect
I will have reconquered
you will have reconquered
he/she/it will have reconquered
we will have reconquered
you will have reconquered
they will have reconquered
Future Continuous
I will be reconquering
you will be reconquering
he/she/it will be reconquering
we will be reconquering
you will be reconquering
they will be reconquering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconquering
you have been reconquering
he/she/it has been reconquering
we have been reconquering
you have been reconquering
they have been reconquering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconquering
you will have been reconquering
he/she/it will have been reconquering
we will have been reconquering
you will have been reconquering
they will have been reconquering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconquering
you had been reconquering
he/she/it had been reconquering
we had been reconquering
you had been reconquering
they had been reconquering
Conditional
I would reconquer
you would reconquer
he/she/it would reconquer
we would reconquer
you would reconquer
they would reconquer
Past Conditional
I would have reconquered
you would have reconquered
he/she/it would have reconquered
we would have reconquered
you would have reconquered
they would have reconquered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reconquer - conquer anew; "The country reconquered the territory lost in the previous war"
retake, recapture - take back by force, as after a battle; "The military forces managed to recapture the fort"
Translations

reconquer

[ˈriːˈkɒŋkəʳ] VTreconquistar

reconquer

vt town, territoryzurückerobern; enemyerneut or wieder besiegen
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