re-erect

re-erect

vb (tr)
to put up, construct, or build again
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re-erect


Past participle: re-erected
Gerund: re-erecting

Imperative
re-erect
re-erect
Present
I re-erect
you re-erect
he/she/it re-erects
we re-erect
you re-erect
they re-erect
Preterite
I re-erected
you re-erected
he/she/it re-erected
we re-erected
you re-erected
they re-erected
Present Continuous
I am re-erecting
you are re-erecting
he/she/it is re-erecting
we are re-erecting
you are re-erecting
they are re-erecting
Present Perfect
I have re-erected
you have re-erected
he/she/it has re-erected
we have re-erected
you have re-erected
they have re-erected
Past Continuous
I was re-erecting
you were re-erecting
he/she/it was re-erecting
we were re-erecting
you were re-erecting
they were re-erecting
Past Perfect
I had re-erected
you had re-erected
he/she/it had re-erected
we had re-erected
you had re-erected
they had re-erected
Future
I will re-erect
you will re-erect
he/she/it will re-erect
we will re-erect
you will re-erect
they will re-erect
Future Perfect
I will have re-erected
you will have re-erected
he/she/it will have re-erected
we will have re-erected
you will have re-erected
they will have re-erected
Future Continuous
I will be re-erecting
you will be re-erecting
he/she/it will be re-erecting
we will be re-erecting
you will be re-erecting
they will be re-erecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-erecting
you have been re-erecting
he/she/it has been re-erecting
we have been re-erecting
you have been re-erecting
they have been re-erecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-erecting
you will have been re-erecting
he/she/it will have been re-erecting
we will have been re-erecting
you will have been re-erecting
they will have been re-erecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-erecting
you had been re-erecting
he/she/it had been re-erecting
we had been re-erecting
you had been re-erecting
they had been re-erecting
Conditional
I would re-erect
you would re-erect
he/she/it would re-erect
we would re-erect
you would re-erect
they would re-erect
Past Conditional
I would have re-erected
you would have re-erected
he/she/it would have re-erected
we would have re-erected
you would have re-erected
they would have re-erected
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Translations

re-erect

[ˌriːɪˈrekt] VTreerigir
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re-erect

vt building, bridgewieder aufbauen; scaffolding alsowieder aufstellen
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Workers arrived at the scene on Tuesday morning to re-erect the popular tourist attraction and work was completed by Tuesday afternoon.
'We will not allow anybody to re-erect toll plaza in Mansehra,' Mufti Kifayatullah warned.
That at the other end of the plot a similar area of 100 sq mtrs be allotted to the Muslims to symbolically re-erect the BM.
EdC experts went to investigate and re-erect the poles - which the company said are part of a medium voltage electricity distribution network - so people in those areas could regain access to power.
This time he claimed he had permission from Steven Phillips, chief executive of Neath Port Talbot Council, to re-erect his flag.
The book explains why Haida and Tlingit artists agreed to carve poles for a government project and details how Native workers cooperated with non-Native employees of the US Forest Service to remove 19th-century totem poles from ancestral Native villages, repair or recreate them, and re-erect them in the totem parks.
He warned that those who will re-erect encroachments in areas will be arrested and no leniency willbe shown anyone in this regard.
TONKAWA Tulsa-based Ross Group has been awarded a contract to dismantle, relocate and re-erect a 60-million-cubic-foot-per-day cryogenic gas processing plant.
"There are a number of possibilities we are considering, one is to re-erect the artwork at a nearby location, or alternatively attempt to incorporate it into our current work therefore maintaining its present location.
'Wherever he goes he will destroy history, reinvent it, re-erect it and say he is the only person with integrity.
"We have received an application to remove the statue and re-erect it in the courtyard of Regent's University to accommodate a new statue of Ms Pankhurst Parliament Square.