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re·u·nite

 (rē′yo͞o-nīt′)
tr. & intr.v. re·u·nit·ed, re·u·nit·ing, re·u·nites
To bring or come together again.

reunite

(ˌriːjuːˈnaɪt)
vb
to bring or come together again
ˌreuˈnitable adj
ˌreuˈniter n

re•u•nite

(ˌri yuˈnaɪt)

v.t., v.i. -nit•ed, -nit•ing.
to unite again, as after separation.
[1585–95; < Medieval Latin reūnītus, past participle of reūnīre= Latin re- re- + ūnīre to unite1]
re`u•nit′a•ble, adj.
re`u•nit′er, n.

reunite


Past participle: reunited
Gerund: reuniting

Imperative
reunite
reunite
Present
I reunite
you reunite
he/she/it reunites
we reunite
you reunite
they reunite
Preterite
I reunited
you reunited
he/she/it reunited
we reunited
you reunited
they reunited
Present Continuous
I am reuniting
you are reuniting
he/she/it is reuniting
we are reuniting
you are reuniting
they are reuniting
Present Perfect
I have reunited
you have reunited
he/she/it has reunited
we have reunited
you have reunited
they have reunited
Past Continuous
I was reuniting
you were reuniting
he/she/it was reuniting
we were reuniting
you were reuniting
they were reuniting
Past Perfect
I had reunited
you had reunited
he/she/it had reunited
we had reunited
you had reunited
they had reunited
Future
I will reunite
you will reunite
he/she/it will reunite
we will reunite
you will reunite
they will reunite
Future Perfect
I will have reunited
you will have reunited
he/she/it will have reunited
we will have reunited
you will have reunited
they will have reunited
Future Continuous
I will be reuniting
you will be reuniting
he/she/it will be reuniting
we will be reuniting
you will be reuniting
they will be reuniting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reuniting
you have been reuniting
he/she/it has been reuniting
we have been reuniting
you have been reuniting
they have been reuniting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reuniting
you will have been reuniting
he/she/it will have been reuniting
we will have been reuniting
you will have been reuniting
they will have been reuniting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reuniting
you had been reuniting
he/she/it had been reuniting
we had been reuniting
you had been reuniting
they had been reuniting
Conditional
I would reunite
you would reunite
he/she/it would reunite
we would reunite
you would reunite
they would reunite
Past Conditional
I would have reunited
you would have reunited
he/she/it would have reunited
we would have reunited
you would have reunited
they would have reunited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reunite - have a reunion; unite again
get together, meet - get together socially or for a specific purpose
2.reunite - unify again, as of a country; "Will Korea reunify?"
unite, unify - act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief

reunite

verb
To reestablish friendship between:
Translations
يَجْمَع شَمْل العائِلَه أو الأصْدِقاء
sloučitspojit
genforene
újraegyesít
sameina
tekrar bir araya gelmek

reunite

[ˈriːjuːˈnaɪt]
A. VT (often passive) → (volver a) reunir
eventually the family was reunitedpor fin la familia volvió a verse unida
she was reunited with her husbandvolvió a verse al lado de su marido
B. VI(volver a) reunirse

reunite

[ˌriːjuːˈnaɪt]
vt
[+ two people] → réunir
to be reunited with sb → être réuni(e) avec qn
[+ country, movement, party] → réunifier
vi
[band] → se réunifier
[country, party] → se réunifier

reunite

vtwieder vereinigen; they were reunited at lastsie waren endlich wieder vereint
vi (countries, parties)sich wiedervereinigen; (people)wieder zusammenkommen

reunite

[ˌriːjuːˈnaɪt]
1. vtriunire
2. viriunirsi

reunion

(riːjuːnjən) noun
1. a meeting of people who have not met for some time. We attended a reunion of former pupils of our school.
2. the act of reuniting or state of being reunited.
reunite (riːjuˈnait) verb
to bring or come together after being separated. The family was finally reunited after the war; The children were reunited with their parents.
References in classic literature ?
They were under a yoke,--I could free them: they were scattered,--I could reunite them: the independence, the affluence which was mine, might be theirs too.
No spider ever took more pains to repair the shattered meshes of his web, than did Waldemar Fitzurse to reunite and combine the scattered members of Prince John's cabal.
I shall divide them into three bands, -- we will spread ourselves about over the country, with an injunction to reunite at a given moment; in this fashion, ten by ten, we should excite no suspicion -- we should pass unperceived.
She has said nothing about it, Arnold; but she has not yielded one inch in her resolution to reunite herself to Miss Silvester.
Removed from Spinoza by less than a generation is the philosopher Leibnitz, who after deepening and intensifying the opposition between mind and matter, reunites them by his preconcerted harmony (compare again Phaedrus).
If anyone can help us to locate the family of Edward Tait we will be delighted to reunite the medals with the correct family.
com/2012/robert-pattinson-and-kristen-stewart-caught-kissing-in-cannes-0524/) the first place when the two went public with their relationship, so it will be romantic for them to reunite here publicly too.
Sergeant Zahra Abdul Hamid and Hassan Ali Al Baloushi from Naif police station helped her reunite with her daughter within 24 hours.
Since most local department K-9's are cross trained in search and rescue, our club assisted the Newtown police department with an application for an AKC Reunite search and rescue grant.
The 41-year-old hopes, if the song gets 10,000 downloads, it will help the charity to continue to reunite children with their parents.
In 1995 Reunite dealt with 132 cases, compared with 146 in 1996 and rising to 230 in 1997.
Because the "universal" microchip scanners now available allow for a single scanner to recognize nearly all microchips currently on the market in the United States, AKC urged the sponsors to amend the bill to "require" that shelters with microchip scanners use them to help reunite lost pets with their owners.