reintroduce

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reintroduce

(ˌriːɪntrəˈdjuːs)
vb (tr)
to introduce (something) again
ˌreintroˈduction n

reintroduce


Past participle: reintroduced
Gerund: reintroducing

Imperative
reintroduce
reintroduce
Present
I reintroduce
you reintroduce
he/she/it reintroduces
we reintroduce
you reintroduce
they reintroduce
Preterite
I reintroduced
you reintroduced
he/she/it reintroduced
we reintroduced
you reintroduced
they reintroduced
Present Continuous
I am reintroducing
you are reintroducing
he/she/it is reintroducing
we are reintroducing
you are reintroducing
they are reintroducing
Present Perfect
I have reintroduced
you have reintroduced
he/she/it has reintroduced
we have reintroduced
you have reintroduced
they have reintroduced
Past Continuous
I was reintroducing
you were reintroducing
he/she/it was reintroducing
we were reintroducing
you were reintroducing
they were reintroducing
Past Perfect
I had reintroduced
you had reintroduced
he/she/it had reintroduced
we had reintroduced
you had reintroduced
they had reintroduced
Future
I will reintroduce
you will reintroduce
he/she/it will reintroduce
we will reintroduce
you will reintroduce
they will reintroduce
Future Perfect
I will have reintroduced
you will have reintroduced
he/she/it will have reintroduced
we will have reintroduced
you will have reintroduced
they will have reintroduced
Future Continuous
I will be reintroducing
you will be reintroducing
he/she/it will be reintroducing
we will be reintroducing
you will be reintroducing
they will be reintroducing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reintroducing
you have been reintroducing
he/she/it has been reintroducing
we have been reintroducing
you have been reintroducing
they have been reintroducing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reintroducing
you will have been reintroducing
he/she/it will have been reintroducing
we will have been reintroducing
you will have been reintroducing
they will have been reintroducing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reintroducing
you had been reintroducing
he/she/it had been reintroducing
we had been reintroducing
you had been reintroducing
they had been reintroducing
Conditional
I would reintroduce
you would reintroduce
he/she/it would reintroduce
we would reintroduce
you would reintroduce
they would reintroduce
Past Conditional
I would have reintroduced
you would have reintroduced
he/she/it would have reintroduced
we would have reintroduced
you would have reintroduced
they would have reintroduced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reintroduce - introduce anew; "We haven't met in a long time, so let me reintroduce myself"
acquaint, introduce, present - cause to come to know personally; "permit me to acquaint you with my son"; "introduce the new neighbors to the community"

reintroduce

verb
To bring back into existence or use:
Translations

reintroduce

[ˌriːɪntrəˈdjuːs] vt
[+ measure, bill, scheme, death penalty] → réintroduire
[+ plant, animal, species] → réintroduire

reintroduce

vt measure, death penaltywieder einführen; (Parl) billerneut vorlegen; (Zool) specieswieder heimisch machen
References in classic literature ?
"Dear madam, pardon the interest taken in you by a true, though humble, friend." " Dear madam, may a serious person surprise you by saying a few cheering words?" Using these and other similar forms of courteous appeal, we reintroduced all my precious passages under a form which not even the doctor's watchful materialism could suspect.
THE first white-tailed eagles to be reintroduced to England have taken to the sky over the Isle of Wight.
Over the years those American States have all reintroduced the death penalty after realising that they needed a deterrent to a murder rate, which was not being controlled.
Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) reintroduced the Modernizing the Pittman-Robertson Fund for Tomorrows Needs Act, legislation to promote hunting traditions and ensure the continued successful funding of wildlife conservation through the purchase of hunting and recreational shooting equipment.
A WOMAN who was reintroduced to open water swimming after her husband's death is preparing to swim the English Channel.
KARACHI -- The Medical and Health Services (M and HS) Department of Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) has reintroduced eye cornea transplantation and Phaco surgery free of cost.
TFW response: "While it is encouraging to have seen ongoing improvements in availability of trains and services being reintroduced, our reliability challenges are ongoing, and the number of trains can fluctuate on a daily basis."
Previously, Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said the third vote could be reintroduced inside of three years.
A rehabilitated road-rail bridge (a bridge shared by road and rail lines) in the bus terminal area has been reintroduced into operation in Dushanbe,news.tjreports.
Odhiambo said it is time for corporal punishment to be reintroduced for teachers to instill discipline in students.
There is no chance of big cats being reintroduced to the Stewartry.
The Royal Mail said the stamps will showcase the "best of British", ranging from anniversaries to celebrating the work of scientists and conservationists who have reintroduced once extinct species back into the country.