reinsert

reinsert

(ˌriːɪnˈsɜːt)
vb (tr)
to put in or between againto introduce, as into text, again; interpolate again

reinsert


Past participle: reinserted
Gerund: reinserting

Imperative
reinsert
reinsert
Present
I reinsert
you reinsert
he/she/it reinserts
we reinsert
you reinsert
they reinsert
Preterite
I reinserted
you reinserted
he/she/it reinserted
we reinserted
you reinserted
they reinserted
Present Continuous
I am reinserting
you are reinserting
he/she/it is reinserting
we are reinserting
you are reinserting
they are reinserting
Present Perfect
I have reinserted
you have reinserted
he/she/it has reinserted
we have reinserted
you have reinserted
they have reinserted
Past Continuous
I was reinserting
you were reinserting
he/she/it was reinserting
we were reinserting
you were reinserting
they were reinserting
Past Perfect
I had reinserted
you had reinserted
he/she/it had reinserted
we had reinserted
you had reinserted
they had reinserted
Future
I will reinsert
you will reinsert
he/she/it will reinsert
we will reinsert
you will reinsert
they will reinsert
Future Perfect
I will have reinserted
you will have reinserted
he/she/it will have reinserted
we will have reinserted
you will have reinserted
they will have reinserted
Future Continuous
I will be reinserting
you will be reinserting
he/she/it will be reinserting
we will be reinserting
you will be reinserting
they will be reinserting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinserting
you have been reinserting
he/she/it has been reinserting
we have been reinserting
you have been reinserting
they have been reinserting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinserting
you will have been reinserting
he/she/it will have been reinserting
we will have been reinserting
you will have been reinserting
they will have been reinserting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinserting
you had been reinserting
he/she/it had been reinserting
we had been reinserting
you had been reinserting
they had been reinserting
Conditional
I would reinsert
you would reinsert
he/she/it would reinsert
we would reinsert
you would reinsert
they would reinsert
Past Conditional
I would have reinserted
you would have reinserted
he/she/it would have reinserted
we would have reinserted
you would have reinserted
they would have reinserted
Translations

reinsert

[ˈriːɪnˈsɜːt] VTvolver a insertar or introducir

reinsert

vtwieder einfügen; thermometerwieder einführen; coinwieder einwerfen; filing cardzurückstecken; needlewieder einstecken; zipwieder einsetzen
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"We are basically driving the brain to reinsert the idea of walking and reinsert the interpretation of the legs," explained the lead author.
"Brazil needs to reinsert itself into the global economy," he writes, adding that requires increasing productivity and expanding exports.
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Guyana has secured a $15 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank for a citizen security program that helps communities better resolve conflicts in non-violent ways, improves police effectiveness and availability of crime data, and provides opportunities to rehabilitate and reinsert prisoners back into society, reports Caribbean News Now (Dec.23, 2014).