repopulate


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repopulate

(riːˈpɒpjʊˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
to provide a new population for (an area in which the population has declined)

repopulate


Past participle: repopulated
Gerund: repopulating

Imperative
repopulate
repopulate
Present
I repopulate
you repopulate
he/she/it repopulates
we repopulate
you repopulate
they repopulate
Preterite
I repopulated
you repopulated
he/she/it repopulated
we repopulated
you repopulated
they repopulated
Present Continuous
I am repopulating
you are repopulating
he/she/it is repopulating
we are repopulating
you are repopulating
they are repopulating
Present Perfect
I have repopulated
you have repopulated
he/she/it has repopulated
we have repopulated
you have repopulated
they have repopulated
Past Continuous
I was repopulating
you were repopulating
he/she/it was repopulating
we were repopulating
you were repopulating
they were repopulating
Past Perfect
I had repopulated
you had repopulated
he/she/it had repopulated
we had repopulated
you had repopulated
they had repopulated
Future
I will repopulate
you will repopulate
he/she/it will repopulate
we will repopulate
you will repopulate
they will repopulate
Future Perfect
I will have repopulated
you will have repopulated
he/she/it will have repopulated
we will have repopulated
you will have repopulated
they will have repopulated
Future Continuous
I will be repopulating
you will be repopulating
he/she/it will be repopulating
we will be repopulating
you will be repopulating
they will be repopulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been repopulating
you have been repopulating
he/she/it has been repopulating
we have been repopulating
you have been repopulating
they have been repopulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been repopulating
you will have been repopulating
he/she/it will have been repopulating
we will have been repopulating
you will have been repopulating
they will have been repopulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been repopulating
you had been repopulating
he/she/it had been repopulating
we had been repopulating
you had been repopulating
they had been repopulating
Conditional
I would repopulate
you would repopulate
he/she/it would repopulate
we would repopulate
you would repopulate
they would repopulate
Past Conditional
I would have repopulated
you would have repopulated
he/she/it would have repopulated
we would have repopulated
you would have repopulated
they would have repopulated
Translations

repopulate

[ˈriːˈpɒpjʊleɪt] VTrepoblar

repopulate

[riːˈpɒpjʊleɪt] vtrepeupler

repopulate

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The overall function of the regenerated organs was significantly reduced compared with that of normal, healthy kidneys, something the researchers believe may be attributed to the immaturity of the neonatal cells used to repopulate the scaffolding.
Around 100 short-haired bumblebees were brought across from Sweden to repopulate areas where it previously thrived in the UK, and around 50 of the healthiest were released at the RSPB's Dungeness reserve in Kent.
Bone marrow-derived hematopoietic stem cells are able to repopulate the blood and immune system when transplanted into patients prepared for bone marrow transplantation.
In August, Rowse announced that 100,000 [pounds sterling] raised from sales of its Blossom Honey would be invested into the programme, which is developing 'bionic bees' that are more resistant to parasites and disease and will help repopulate stocks.
Scientists helped repopulate the seabirds after they were hunted down to a single pair in 1901.
She now has two babies she really didn't want as a result of following her pastor's advice to help repopulate the city of Seattle with "born again" babies.