reinter


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reinter

(ˌriːɪnˈtɜː)
vb (tr)
to inter or bury (a body) again

reinter


Past participle: reinterred
Gerund: reinterring

Imperative
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Present
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he/she/it reinters
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
I have reinterred
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Past Continuous
I was reinterring
you were reinterring
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Past Perfect
I had reinterred
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Future
I will reinter
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Future Perfect
I will have reinterred
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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we had been reinterring
you had been reinterring
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Conditional
I would reinter
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Past Conditional
I would have reinterred
you would have reinterred
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Translations

reinter

[ˈriːɪnˈtɜːʳ] VTenterrar de nuevo
References in periodicals archive ?
The Fathers then applied to the Ministry under section 25 of the Burial Act 1857 Act ('the 1857 Act') to disinter Father Jarzebowski's remains and to reinter them in Fairmile Cemetery ('Fairmile'), where other Fathers who had died after 1964 had been buried.
A little bit after 7 am, the SUV entered opposite traffic and, after failing to reinter its lane, hit head-on the van.
Neff also explores the problems that Northern African Americans faced in their attempts to reinter black Union soldiers who were buried among Confederate dead in a distant, segregated section of Arlington National Cemetery.
7) Reinter your loved one's remains, preferably in your family plot or some place where dead dictators aren't buried.
Last night, a Diocesan spokesman confirmed: "Church records show that there may be the remains of 2,500 bodies that the Diocese may want to exhume and reinter.
Meanwhile, Portuguese police are set to reinter view the McCanns and their friends, the so-called Tapas Seven.
Maybe we should reinter a suicide in the Bishops' Mausoleum to right the historical wrong that suicides at one time were prohibited by church law from being buried in consecrated ground?
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An application for permission to reinter the body has now been lodged with the Northern Ireland Office by the Belfast Hebrew Congregation.
Writing last week after being reinter viewed by cops investigating the scandal, he told investors he had worked for Labour and the Government for years and had been frequently lobbied for donations and loans by Levy.
The council said it would be applying to home secretary David Blunkett for permission to remove the remains and reinter them at an area of land nearby which is part of the existing graveyard.