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reinfect

(ˌriːɪnˈfɛkt)
vb (mainly tr)
(Pathology) to infect or contaminate again
ˌreinˈfection n

reinfect


Past participle: reinfected
Gerund: reinfecting

Imperative
reinfect
reinfect
Present
I reinfect
you reinfect
he/she/it reinfects
we reinfect
you reinfect
they reinfect
Preterite
I reinfected
you reinfected
he/she/it reinfected
we reinfected
you reinfected
they reinfected
Present Continuous
I am reinfecting
you are reinfecting
he/she/it is reinfecting
we are reinfecting
you are reinfecting
they are reinfecting
Present Perfect
I have reinfected
you have reinfected
he/she/it has reinfected
we have reinfected
you have reinfected
they have reinfected
Past Continuous
I was reinfecting
you were reinfecting
he/she/it was reinfecting
we were reinfecting
you were reinfecting
they were reinfecting
Past Perfect
I had reinfected
you had reinfected
he/she/it had reinfected
we had reinfected
you had reinfected
they had reinfected
Future
I will reinfect
you will reinfect
he/she/it will reinfect
we will reinfect
you will reinfect
they will reinfect
Future Perfect
I will have reinfected
you will have reinfected
he/she/it will have reinfected
we will have reinfected
you will have reinfected
they will have reinfected
Future Continuous
I will be reinfecting
you will be reinfecting
he/she/it will be reinfecting
we will be reinfecting
you will be reinfecting
they will be reinfecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinfecting
you have been reinfecting
he/she/it has been reinfecting
we have been reinfecting
you have been reinfecting
they have been reinfecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinfecting
you will have been reinfecting
he/she/it will have been reinfecting
we will have been reinfecting
you will have been reinfecting
they will have been reinfecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinfecting
you had been reinfecting
he/she/it had been reinfecting
we had been reinfecting
you had been reinfecting
they had been reinfecting
Conditional
I would reinfect
you would reinfect
he/she/it would reinfect
we would reinfect
you would reinfect
they would reinfect
Past Conditional
I would have reinfected
you would have reinfected
he/she/it would have reinfected
we would have reinfected
you would have reinfected
they would have reinfected
Translations

reinfect

vt, vi reinfectar(se)
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