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de·pro·gram

 (dē-prō′grăm′, -grəm)
tr.v. de·pro·grammed, de·pro·gram·ming, de·pro·grams or de·pro·gramed or de·pro·gram·ing
To counteract or try to counteract the effect of an indoctrination, especially a religious or cult indoctrination.

de·pro′gram′mer n.
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de•pro•gram

(diˈproʊ græm)

v.t. -grammed -gramed, -gram•ming -gram•ing.
to free (a person) from the influence of a cult, sect, etc., by intensive and systematic reeducation.
[1970–75, Amer.]
de•pro′gram•mer, de•pro′gram•er, n.
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deprogram


Past participle: deprogrammed
Gerund: deprogramming

Imperative
deprogram
deprogram
Present
I deprogram
you deprogram
he/she/it deprograms
we deprogram
you deprogram
they deprogram
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 deprogram
you will deprogram
he/she/it will deprogram
we will deprogram
you will deprogram
they will deprogram
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 deprogram
you would deprogram
he/she/it would deprogram
we would deprogram
you would deprogram
they would deprogram
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

deprogram

n. el tratamiento psicológico para liberar a personas dominadas por un culto o sistema político.
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