relive


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re·live

 (rē-lĭv′)
v. re·lived, re·liv·ing, re·lives
v.tr.
To undergo or experience again, especially in the imagination.
v.intr.
To live again.

relive

(riːˈlɪv)
vb
(tr) to experience (a sensation, event, etc) again, esp in the imagination
reˈlivable adj

re•live

(riˈlɪv)

v.t. -lived, -liv•ing.
1. to experience again, as an emotion.
2. to live (one's life) again.
[1540–50]
re•liv′a•ble, adj.

relive


Past participle: relived
Gerund: reliving

Imperative
relive
relive
Present
I relive
you relive
he/she/it relives
we relive
you relive
they relive
Preterite
I relived
you relived
he/she/it relived
we relived
you relived
they relived
Present Continuous
I am reliving
you are reliving
he/she/it is reliving
we are reliving
you are reliving
they are reliving
Present Perfect
I have relived
you have relived
he/she/it has relived
we have relived
you have relived
they have relived
Past Continuous
I was reliving
you were reliving
he/she/it was reliving
we were reliving
you were reliving
they were reliving
Past Perfect
I had relived
you had relived
he/she/it had relived
we had relived
you had relived
they had relived
Future
I will relive
you will relive
he/she/it will relive
we will relive
you will relive
they will relive
Future Perfect
I will have relived
you will have relived
he/she/it will have relived
we will have relived
you will have relived
they will have relived
Future Continuous
I will be reliving
you will be reliving
he/she/it will be reliving
we will be reliving
you will be reliving
they will be reliving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reliving
you have been reliving
he/she/it has been reliving
we have been reliving
you have been reliving
they have been reliving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reliving
you will have been reliving
he/she/it will have been reliving
we will have been reliving
you will have been reliving
they will have been reliving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reliving
you had been reliving
he/she/it had been reliving
we had been reliving
you had been reliving
they had been reliving
Conditional
I would relive
you would relive
he/she/it would relive
we would relive
you would relive
they would relive
Past Conditional
I would have relived
you would have relived
he/she/it would have relived
we would have relived
you would have relived
they would have relived
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.relive - experience again, often in the imagination; "He relived the horrors of war"
experience, know, live - have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations; "I know the feeling!"; "have you ever known hunger?"; "I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict"; "The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare"; "I lived through two divorces"
Translations

relive

[ˈriːˈlɪv] VT [+ past] → revivir
to relive old memoriesrememorar los recuerdos

relive

[ˌriːˈlɪv] vt [+ experience, moment] → revivre

relive

vt lifenoch einmal leben; experience, one’s childhoodnoch einmal erleben or durchleben; anguishnoch einmal durchleben or durchstehen

relive

[ˌriːˈlɪv] vtrivivere
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