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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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"The notion of re-erecting a physical border is something we simply cannot countenance.
"Re-erecting pillars should be done by professionals.
on footpaths, roads and under the flyovers and said those re-erecting them will face stern action.
Civil defense vehicles were rushed to the scene to help those in need, from nearby Zahle and Bar Elias, while Red Cross volunteers have been working on sucking the water out of homes and re-erecting walls and doors.
arrested 12 people for re-erecting encroachments in Board Bazaar on Jamrud
The next stage was re-erecting the walls and roofs of the temples using reinforced concrete from the back, so visitors couldn't see them once complete.
PESHAWAR -- District administration Peshawar Tuesday arrested 22 persons from different areas of the district for re-erecting encroachments.
The meeting decided that all those re-erecting encroachments will be sent behind bars and the material in this regard will be confiscated.
The third request which has been approved by the President of the Republic consists in re-erecting the statue of leader Habib Bourguiba in its place in the avenue named after him.
Thirdly, if re-erecting border fences or even building walls is back in fashion and can be done so overnight when necessary, was the free movement of people part of the construction of what integration experts call, in layman's terms, "House Europe," nothing but an "additional bonus" to economic and monetary integration but a bonus that could be quickly shelved if things turn sour in whatever format, and shelved for good?