reimport


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re·im·port

 (rē′ĭm-pôrt′, rē-ĭm′pôrt′)
tr.v. re·im·port·ed, re·im·port·ing, re·im·ports
To bring back into a country (goods made from its exported raw materials).

re·im′port (rē-ĭm′pôrt) n.
re′im·por·ta′tion n.

reimport

vb
(Commerce) (tr) to import (goods manufactured from exported raw materials)
n
1. (Commerce) the act of reimporting
2. (Commerce) a reimported commodity
ˌreimporˈtation n
ˌreimˈporter n

reimport


Past participle: reimported
Gerund: reimporting

Imperative
reimport
reimport
Present
I reimport
you reimport
he/she/it reimports
we reimport
you reimport
they reimport
Preterite
I reimported
you reimported
he/she/it reimported
we reimported
you reimported
they reimported
Present Continuous
I am reimporting
you are reimporting
he/she/it is reimporting
we are reimporting
you are reimporting
they are reimporting
Present Perfect
I have reimported
you have reimported
he/she/it has reimported
we have reimported
you have reimported
they have reimported
Past Continuous
I was reimporting
you were reimporting
he/she/it was reimporting
we were reimporting
you were reimporting
they were reimporting
Past Perfect
I had reimported
you had reimported
he/she/it had reimported
we had reimported
you had reimported
they had reimported
Future
I will reimport
you will reimport
he/she/it will reimport
we will reimport
you will reimport
they will reimport
Future Perfect
I will have reimported
you will have reimported
he/she/it will have reimported
we will have reimported
you will have reimported
they will have reimported
Future Continuous
I will be reimporting
you will be reimporting
he/she/it will be reimporting
we will be reimporting
you will be reimporting
they will be reimporting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reimporting
you have been reimporting
he/she/it has been reimporting
we have been reimporting
you have been reimporting
they have been reimporting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reimporting
you will have been reimporting
he/she/it will have been reimporting
we will have been reimporting
you will have been reimporting
they will have been reimporting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reimporting
you had been reimporting
he/she/it had been reimporting
we had been reimporting
you had been reimporting
they had been reimporting
Conditional
I would reimport
you would reimport
he/she/it would reimport
we would reimport
you would reimport
they would reimport
Past Conditional
I would have reimported
you would have reimported
he/she/it would have reimported
we would have reimported
you would have reimported
they would have reimported
Translations
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