reconsolidate

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reconsolidate

(ˌriːkənˈsɒlɪˌdeɪt)
vb (tr)
to consolidate (something) again or in a different way

reconsolidate


Past participle: reconsolidated
Gerund: reconsolidating

Imperative
reconsolidate
reconsolidate
Present
I reconsolidate
you reconsolidate
he/she/it reconsolidates
we reconsolidate
you reconsolidate
they reconsolidate
Preterite
I reconsolidated
you reconsolidated
he/she/it reconsolidated
we reconsolidated
you reconsolidated
they reconsolidated
Present Continuous
I am reconsolidating
you are reconsolidating
he/she/it is reconsolidating
we are reconsolidating
you are reconsolidating
they are reconsolidating
Present Perfect
I have reconsolidated
you have reconsolidated
he/she/it has reconsolidated
we have reconsolidated
you have reconsolidated
they have reconsolidated
Past Continuous
I was reconsolidating
you were reconsolidating
he/she/it was reconsolidating
we were reconsolidating
you were reconsolidating
they were reconsolidating
Past Perfect
I had reconsolidated
you had reconsolidated
he/she/it had reconsolidated
we had reconsolidated
you had reconsolidated
they had reconsolidated
Future
I will reconsolidate
you will reconsolidate
he/she/it will reconsolidate
we will reconsolidate
you will reconsolidate
they will reconsolidate
Future Perfect
I will have reconsolidated
you will have reconsolidated
he/she/it will have reconsolidated
we will have reconsolidated
you will have reconsolidated
they will have reconsolidated
Future Continuous
I will be reconsolidating
you will be reconsolidating
he/she/it will be reconsolidating
we will be reconsolidating
you will be reconsolidating
they will be reconsolidating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconsolidating
you have been reconsolidating
he/she/it has been reconsolidating
we have been reconsolidating
you have been reconsolidating
they have been reconsolidating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconsolidating
you will have been reconsolidating
he/she/it will have been reconsolidating
we will have been reconsolidating
you will have been reconsolidating
they will have been reconsolidating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconsolidating
you had been reconsolidating
he/she/it had been reconsolidating
we had been reconsolidating
you had been reconsolidating
they had been reconsolidating
Conditional
I would reconsolidate
you would reconsolidate
he/she/it would reconsolidate
we would reconsolidate
you would reconsolidate
they would reconsolidate
Past Conditional
I would have reconsolidated
you would have reconsolidated
he/she/it would have reconsolidated
we would have reconsolidated
you would have reconsolidated
they would have reconsolidated
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In parallel, Palestinian Hamas Group, which has recently reconsolidated with Egypt, has announced the completion of the first phase of a buffer zone in Gaza on the borders with Egypt.
In a major development yesterday, Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi created new ministries and divisions, as well as reconsolidated the functioning of three existing ministries to improve governance and implementation of economic policies.
An endorsement by the HOR requires the immediate arrival of the GNA in Tripoli, lest its absence contribute to the further breakdown of Libyan institutions into three parts, each one claiming national authority: a government in Tobruk, supported by Haftar's forces, Egypt, and possibly Russia; another in Tripoli under a Libya Dawn reconsolidated with Qatar's and perhaps Turkey's help; and a third, recognized by the international community, sitting in Tunisia or Morocco.
Healing is completed when both verbal and contextual memory are reconsolidated (Gray & Liotta, 2012).
Through the work of New York University, we have learned that these fear memories often can be reconsolidated by purposefully feeding the brain emotional experiences in a three-stage emotional pattern that enhances the plasticity of fear memories.
Based on successful examples of traditional reconstituted timber, reconsolidated bamboo and bamboo-based fibre composites (4-6), we decided to investigate if reconstituted timber for outdoor furniture with a small-diameter raw material could be produced from wood using plates made by hot pressing after pre-impregnation treatment with low-molecular-weight phenolic resin.
If a person remembering a terrifying event has a high stress hormone level, the memory of that specific event will be strongly reconsolidated after each retrieval, said a study published in Zee News on Sunday.
But it has also guaranteed that, in the longer run, the Ukrainian state will be reconsolidated around anti-Russian sentiment and policies - meaning that Russia will be unable to normalize its relations with Ukraine for decades.
Amurao said the "real transfer of wealth and power" that was implied by the agrarian reform process for Luisita lands had been "hijacked by financiers who reconsolidated the [distributed agrarian] lands through the arriendo system.
Walls had to be rebuilt and colonnades had to be reconstructed to support modern concrete beams, new file roofs, and reconsolidated fresco fragments.
The memory must be consolidated all over again (hence the term "reconsolidation"), but the reconsolidated memory might differ from the original one--if, for example, new information is incorporated into the memory during the reconsolidation process.
In other words, a strong shock timed to occur immediately after a memory was retrieved seemed to have a unique capacity to disrupt the memory itself and allow it to be reconsolidated in a new way.