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re·en·ter

also re-en·ter (rē-ĕn′tər)
v. re·en·tered, re·en·ter·ing, re·en·ters also re-en·tered or re-en·ter·ing or re-en·ters
v.tr.
1. To enter or come in to again.
2. To record again on a list or ledger.
3. To become again a participant, member, or part of: reenter civilian life after military service.
v.intr.
To enter again.

re·en′trance n.

re-enter

vb (tr)
to enter (something or somewhere) again

re-enter


Past participle: re-entered
Gerund: re-entering

Imperative
re-enter
re-enter
Present
I re-enter
you re-enter
he/she/it re-enters
we re-enter
you re-enter
they re-enter
Preterite
I re-entered
you re-entered
he/she/it re-entered
we re-entered
you re-entered
they re-entered
Present Continuous
I am re-entering
you are re-entering
he/she/it is re-entering
we are re-entering
you are re-entering
they are re-entering
Present Perfect
I have re-entered
you have re-entered
he/she/it has re-entered
we have re-entered
you have re-entered
they have re-entered
Past Continuous
I was re-entering
you were re-entering
he/she/it was re-entering
we were re-entering
you were re-entering
they were re-entering
Past Perfect
I had re-entered
you had re-entered
he/she/it had re-entered
we had re-entered
you had re-entered
they had re-entered
Future
I will re-enter
you will re-enter
he/she/it will re-enter
we will re-enter
you will re-enter
they will re-enter
Future Perfect
I will have re-entered
you will have re-entered
he/she/it will have re-entered
we will have re-entered
you will have re-entered
they will have re-entered
Future Continuous
I will be re-entering
you will be re-entering
he/she/it will be re-entering
we will be re-entering
you will be re-entering
they will be re-entering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-entering
you have been re-entering
he/she/it has been re-entering
we have been re-entering
you have been re-entering
they have been re-entering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-entering
you will have been re-entering
he/she/it will have been re-entering
we will have been re-entering
you will have been re-entering
they will have been re-entering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-entering
you had been re-entering
he/she/it had been re-entering
we had been re-entering
you had been re-entering
they had been re-entering
Conditional
I would re-enter
you would re-enter
he/she/it would re-enter
we would re-enter
you would re-enter
they would re-enter
Past Conditional
I would have re-entered
you would have re-entered
he/she/it would have re-entered
we would have re-entered
you would have re-entered
they would have re-entered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.re-enter - enter again; "You cannot re-enter the country with this visa"
come in, enter, get in, go in, go into, move into, get into - to come or go into; "the boat entered an area of shallow marshes"
Translations

re-enter

[ˈriːˈentəʳ]
A. VI
1.volver a entrar
2. to re-enter for an examvolver a presentarse a un examen, presentarse de nuevo a un examen
B. VT (= return to) [+ room, building, country] → volver a entrar en, entrar de nuevo en; [+ hospital] → reingresar en, ingresar de nuevo en; [+ data] → reintroducir en
to re-enter the Earth's atmospherevolver a penetrar or reentrar en la atmósfera terrestre

re-enter

[ˌriːˈɛntər] vt
[+ room] → rentrer dans
[+ country] → rentrer dans
(SPACE) [+ atmosphere] → rentrer dans

re-enter

vi
(= walk in)wieder eintreten; (= drive in)wieder einfahren; (= penetrate: bullet etc) → wieder eindringen; (= climb in)wieder einsteigen; (= cross border)wieder einreisen; (ship)wieder einlaufen
(Theat) → wieder auftreten
(for race, exam etc) → sich wieder melden (for zu)
vt
roomwieder betreten; countrywieder einreisen in (+acc); (Space) atmospherewieder eintreten in (+acc); club etcwieder beitreten (+dat); politicswieder einsteigen in (+acc); societysich wieder eingliedern in (+acc); racesich wieder beteiligen an (+dat)
name (on list etc) → wieder eintragen

re-enter

[ˌriːˈɛntəʳ]
1. virientrare
to re-enter for an exam → ripresentarsi a un esame
2. vtrientrare in

re-enter

(riːˈentə) verb
to enter again. The spaceship will re-enter the Earth's atmosphere tomorrow.
ˌre-ˈentry noun
The spaceship's re-entry will take place tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock.
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