deprogramme


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deprogramme

(diːˈprəʊɡræm) or

deprogram

vb
(Education) to free (someone) from the effects of indoctrination, esp by a religious cult or political group
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deprogramme


Past participle: deprogrammed
Gerund: deprogramming

Imperative
deprogramme
deprogramme
Present
I deprogramme
you deprogramme
he/she/it deprogrammes
we deprogramme
you deprogramme
they deprogramme
Preterite
I deprogrammed
you deprogrammed
he/she/it deprogrammed
we deprogrammed
you deprogrammed
they deprogrammed
Present Continuous
I am deprogramming
you are deprogramming
he/she/it is deprogramming
we are deprogramming
you are deprogramming
they are deprogramming
Present Perfect
I have deprogrammed
you have deprogrammed
he/she/it has deprogrammed
we have deprogrammed
you have deprogrammed
they have deprogrammed
Past Continuous
I was deprogramming
you were deprogramming
he/she/it was deprogramming
we were deprogramming
you were deprogramming
they were deprogramming
Past Perfect
I had deprogrammed
you had deprogrammed
he/she/it had deprogrammed
we had deprogrammed
you had deprogrammed
they had deprogrammed
Future
I will deprogramme
you will deprogramme
he/she/it will deprogramme
we will deprogramme
you will deprogramme
they will deprogramme
Future Perfect
I will have deprogrammed
you will have deprogrammed
he/she/it will have deprogrammed
we will have deprogrammed
you will have deprogrammed
they will have deprogrammed
Future Continuous
I will be deprogramming
you will be deprogramming
he/she/it will be deprogramming
we will be deprogramming
you will be deprogramming
they will be deprogramming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been deprogramming
you have been deprogramming
he/she/it has been deprogramming
we have been deprogramming
you have been deprogramming
they have been deprogramming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been deprogramming
you will have been deprogramming
he/she/it will have been deprogramming
we will have been deprogramming
you will have been deprogramming
they will have been deprogramming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been deprogramming
you had been deprogramming
he/she/it had been deprogramming
we had been deprogramming
you had been deprogramming
they had been deprogramming
Conditional
I would deprogramme
you would deprogramme
he/she/it would deprogramme
we would deprogramme
you would deprogramme
they would deprogramme
Past Conditional
I would have deprogrammed
you would have deprogrammed
he/she/it would have deprogrammed
we would have deprogrammed
you would have deprogrammed
they would have deprogrammed
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Translations

deprogramme

deprogram (US) [diːˈprəʊgræm] VTdesprogramar
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deprogramme

, (US) deprogram
vt cult memberentprogrammieren
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She added: 'My first impression was that he went very much out of his way to deprogramme me of any previous ideas that I might have had of him.
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