re-embark

re-embark

vb
1. to (cause to) board a ship or aircraft again
2. (intr) (foll by: on) to recommence a project, venture, etc

re-embark


Past participle: re-embarked
Gerund: re-embarking

Imperative
re-embark
re-embark
Present
I re-embark
you re-embark
he/she/it re-embarks
we re-embark
you re-embark
they re-embark
Preterite
I re-embarked
you re-embarked
he/she/it re-embarked
we re-embarked
you re-embarked
they re-embarked
Present Continuous
I am re-embarking
you are re-embarking
he/she/it is re-embarking
we are re-embarking
you are re-embarking
they are re-embarking
Present Perfect
I have re-embarked
you have re-embarked
he/she/it has re-embarked
we have re-embarked
you have re-embarked
they have re-embarked
Past Continuous
I was re-embarking
you were re-embarking
he/she/it was re-embarking
we were re-embarking
you were re-embarking
they were re-embarking
Past Perfect
I had re-embarked
you had re-embarked
he/she/it had re-embarked
we had re-embarked
you had re-embarked
they had re-embarked
Future
I will re-embark
you will re-embark
he/she/it will re-embark
we will re-embark
you will re-embark
they will re-embark
Future Perfect
I will have re-embarked
you will have re-embarked
he/she/it will have re-embarked
we will have re-embarked
you will have re-embarked
they will have re-embarked
Future Continuous
I will be re-embarking
you will be re-embarking
he/she/it will be re-embarking
we will be re-embarking
you will be re-embarking
they will be re-embarking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-embarking
you have been re-embarking
he/she/it has been re-embarking
we have been re-embarking
you have been re-embarking
they have been re-embarking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-embarking
you will have been re-embarking
he/she/it will have been re-embarking
we will have been re-embarking
you will have been re-embarking
they will have been re-embarking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-embarking
you had been re-embarking
he/she/it had been re-embarking
we had been re-embarking
you had been re-embarking
they had been re-embarking
Conditional
I would re-embark
you would re-embark
he/she/it would re-embark
we would re-embark
you would re-embark
they would re-embark
Past Conditional
I would have re-embarked
you would have re-embarked
he/she/it would have re-embarked
we would have re-embarked
you would have re-embarked
they would have re-embarked
Translations

re-embark

[ˌriːɪmˈbɑːk] VTIreembarcar

re-embark

visich wieder einschiffen; to re-embark on an enterpriseein Unternehmen von Neuem beginnen
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They were the members of a party that set out in the Perffaith for an afternoon trip They landed on Flat Holm but after a storm blew up, the vessel's owner Mr Fred Boyce found that he could re-embark only four of the passengers.
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The injured army members, for their part, expressed determination and will to re-embark on their national duty of defending Syria once they recover until the country regains stability and security.
Scuba divers, swimmers and snorkelers can use the platform to easily take to the water and to re-embark once they have finished their activities.
Karen said: "Coming from a working class background, and having not taken much interest in education during my school days, I hope I am inspiration to anyone wanting to re-embark on their education, having missed the boat the first time round.
In an interview, Weber said, 'I think it's clear that we need to re-embark on a normalization procedure, phasing out the exceptional measures.
He finally asserted that without a total halt of "colonization" activities, in Jerusalem and throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory, there will be no chance to re-embark on serious negotiations.
Best moment: The chilling sight of Irish immigrants receiving their certificate of citizenship as they disembark - then immediately being enlisted, equipped, and ordered to re-embark on a ship headed for the civil war.
It is also something Lawrence will do his best to ensure is not allowed to happen before they re-embark on their bid for promotion - the priority this season - at Northampton next weekend.
One day, a taxi driver friend and I had helped ourselves to a good meal and were about to re-embark on our journey when, seeing our satisfied faces, Ofa Lorry Ofa Down blasted the following shot at us: