re-enact

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re·en·act

also re-en·act (rē′ĕn-ăkt′, -ə-năkt′)
tr.v. re·en·act·ed, re·en·act·ing, re·en·acts also re-en·act·ed or re-en·act·ing or re-en·acts
1. To enact again: reenact a law.
2.
a. To perform again: reenacted the dancer's movements.
b. To act out or re-create dramatically (a historical event, for example): reenact a famous trial.

re′en·act′ment n.
re′en·ac′tor n.

re-enact

vb (tr)
to represent or perform (an event, etc) that has happened before

re-enact


Past participle: re-enacted
Gerund: re-enacting

Imperative
re-enact
re-enact
Present
I re-enact
you re-enact
he/she/it re-enacts
we re-enact
you re-enact
they re-enact
Preterite
I re-enacted
you re-enacted
he/she/it re-enacted
we re-enacted
you re-enacted
they re-enacted
Present Continuous
I am re-enacting
you are re-enacting
he/she/it is re-enacting
we are re-enacting
you are re-enacting
they are re-enacting
Present Perfect
I have re-enacted
you have re-enacted
he/she/it has re-enacted
we have re-enacted
you have re-enacted
they have re-enacted
Past Continuous
I was re-enacting
you were re-enacting
he/she/it was re-enacting
we were re-enacting
you were re-enacting
they were re-enacting
Past Perfect
I had re-enacted
you had re-enacted
he/she/it had re-enacted
we had re-enacted
you had re-enacted
they had re-enacted
Future
I will re-enact
you will re-enact
he/she/it will re-enact
we will re-enact
you will re-enact
they will re-enact
Future Perfect
I will have re-enacted
you will have re-enacted
he/she/it will have re-enacted
we will have re-enacted
you will have re-enacted
they will have re-enacted
Future Continuous
I will be re-enacting
you will be re-enacting
he/she/it will be re-enacting
we will be re-enacting
you will be re-enacting
they will be re-enacting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-enacting
you have been re-enacting
he/she/it has been re-enacting
we have been re-enacting
you have been re-enacting
they have been re-enacting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-enacting
you will have been re-enacting
he/she/it will have been re-enacting
we will have been re-enacting
you will have been re-enacting
they will have been re-enacting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-enacting
you had been re-enacting
he/she/it had been re-enacting
we had been re-enacting
you had been re-enacting
they had been re-enacting
Conditional
I would re-enact
you would re-enact
he/she/it would re-enact
we would re-enact
you would re-enact
they would re-enact
Past Conditional
I would have re-enacted
you would have re-enacted
he/she/it would have re-enacted
we would have re-enacted
you would have re-enacted
they would have re-enacted
Translations

re-enact

[ˈriːɪˈnækt] VT
1. (Parl) [+ legislation] → volver a promulgar
2. (Theat) → volver a representar; [+ crime, battle] → reconstruir

re-enact

reenact [ˌriːɪnˈækt] vt [+ incident] → reconstituer; [+ scene] → rejouer

re-enact

vt
(Jur) → wieder in Kraft setzen
(= repeat) scenenachspielen; event, crimenachstellen

re-enact

[ˌriːɪˈnækt] vt (crime, scene) → ricostruire
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