reinvestigate

reinvestigate

(ˌriːɪnˈvɛstɪˌɡeɪt)
vb
to investigate (a crime, murder, problem, etc) again
ˌreinˌvestiˈgation n

reinvestigate


Past participle: reinvestigated
Gerund: reinvestigating

Imperative
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Present
I reinvestigate
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Preterite
I reinvestigated
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we reinvestigated
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Present Continuous
I am reinvestigating
you are reinvestigating
he/she/it is reinvestigating
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you are reinvestigating
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Present Perfect
I have reinvestigated
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Past Continuous
I was reinvestigating
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Past Perfect
I had reinvestigated
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Future
I will reinvestigate
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Future Perfect
I will have reinvestigated
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Future Continuous
I will be reinvestigating
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinvestigating
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinvestigating
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinvestigating
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Conditional
I would reinvestigate
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Past Conditional
I would have reinvestigated
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References in classic literature ?
It was a pity to be obliged to reinvestigate the certitude of the moment itself and repeat how it had come to me as a revelation that the inconceivable communion I then surprised was a matter, for either party, of habit.
THE family of an Irishman stabbed to death in London 13 years ago are to exhume his body after police agreed to reinvestigate the case.
THE COURT of Appeals (CA) has invalidated the panel that Justice Secretary Leila de Lima had formed to reinvestigate the January 2011 murder in Palawan of environmentalist and radio commentator Dr.
During the summit, Kim promised to reinvestigate the 10 Japanese.
A group of ruling Liberal Democratic Party lawmakers agreed Wednesday to a government request that they reinvestigate the facts that gave birth to a 1993 official statement apologizing for the Japanese military's forced recruitment of women to provide sex for servicemen during World War II.
Japanese diplomat Akitaka Saiki, head of the Japanese delegation, urged his North Korean counterpart Song Il Ho to thoroughly reinvestigate Yokota's case, Shigeru Yokota, Megumi's father, told reporters.
A senior North Korean diplomat said Friday the North is making utmost efforts to reinvestigate the fates of 10 missing Japanese, which it promised to do from scratch, Japanese Foreign Ministry sources said.
Tokyo has demanded that Pyongyang reinvestigate the cases of the eight said to have died, as well as those of two other Japanese the North says never entered its territory.
In the Jakarta meeting, Kawaguchi repeated Tokyo's request that Pyongyang act as quickly as possible on its promise to reinvestigate the missing 10 Japanese, and Paek said Pyongyang has sincerely begun it.
North Korea has agreed to Japan's request that it promptly reinvestigate the cases of 10 missing Japanese believed to have been abducted, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroyuki Hosoda said Friday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Il agreed to reinvestigate cases of the 10 people from scratch during the second summit talks with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi on May 22 in the North Korean capital.
They also criticized North Korea's promise to reinvestigate the cases of 10 Japanese who Japan believes have been abducted, saying new facts are unlikely to emerge.