reaccept

reaccept

(ˌriːəkˈsɛpt)
vb
to accept (someone or something) again

reaccept


Past participle: reaccepted
Gerund: reaccepting

Imperative
reaccept
reaccept
Present
I reaccept
you reaccept
he/she/it reaccepts
we reaccept
you reaccept
they reaccept
Preterite
I reaccepted
you reaccepted
he/she/it reaccepted
we reaccepted
you reaccepted
they reaccepted
Present Continuous
I am reaccepting
you are reaccepting
he/she/it is reaccepting
we are reaccepting
you are reaccepting
they are reaccepting
Present Perfect
I have reaccepted
you have reaccepted
he/she/it has reaccepted
we have reaccepted
you have reaccepted
they have reaccepted
Past Continuous
I was reaccepting
you were reaccepting
he/she/it was reaccepting
we were reaccepting
you were reaccepting
they were reaccepting
Past Perfect
I had reaccepted
you had reaccepted
he/she/it had reaccepted
we had reaccepted
you had reaccepted
they had reaccepted
Future
I will reaccept
you will reaccept
he/she/it will reaccept
we will reaccept
you will reaccept
they will reaccept
Future Perfect
I will have reaccepted
you will have reaccepted
he/she/it will have reaccepted
we will have reaccepted
you will have reaccepted
they will have reaccepted
Future Continuous
I will be reaccepting
you will be reaccepting
he/she/it will be reaccepting
we will be reaccepting
you will be reaccepting
they will be reaccepting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reaccepting
you have been reaccepting
he/she/it has been reaccepting
we have been reaccepting
you have been reaccepting
they have been reaccepting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reaccepting
you will have been reaccepting
he/she/it will have been reaccepting
we will have been reaccepting
you will have been reaccepting
they will have been reaccepting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reaccepting
you had been reaccepting
he/she/it had been reaccepting
we had been reaccepting
you had been reaccepting
they had been reaccepting
Conditional
I would reaccept
you would reaccept
he/she/it would reaccept
we would reaccept
you would reaccept
they would reaccept
Past Conditional
I would have reaccepted
you would have reaccepted
he/she/it would have reaccepted
we would have reaccepted
you would have reaccepted
they would have reaccepted
References in periodicals archive ?
Cambodia has agreed to reaccept deportees from the US but is requesting a delay for those who have serious illnesses, according to a Ministry of Interior official who briefed reporters on a wide-ranging meeting between Interior Minister Sar Kheng and US Ambassador William Heidt yesterday.
The trees were then loaded onto Big Trees' flatbed trucks with a large material handler forklift and brought back out to their nursery to be stored until the project is ready to reaccept the trees.
What most fixes her mind about the frogs is not only their separateness, but how they appear to bear meaning, given their particular ability to revive after hibernation, to reaccept "returning life".
61) Southern farmers using GM crops must either repurchase or reaccept aid for every element of the growing cycle annually from northern corporations or ask those same corporations or place their access to food once again under the complete control of an external master.
He puts down the dynamite he is about to activate in an effort to beat the nuclear blast to the punch; releases his family, who begin to forgive and reaccept him; and dismantles the hole by exploding it with the dynamite intended for his family.
To reaccept Bellow as artist, to remove the "Enemy of the People" sign from round his neck, is not to excuse the stark lacuna in his nonpareil attention span.
If possible, bring the lamb out to its mother for a few hours when weather permits; in some cases, the mother may reaccept the lamb after it has grown stronger.
Nursing homes are reluctant to admit that patients contracted MRSA infection at their facility, and they will not reaccept them until negative MRSA cultures have been reported.