reaccept

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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
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As a sop to humanitarianism, the EU is prepared to resettle one Syrian from a Turkish refugee camp for every one who entered its borders illegally and was reaccepted by Turkey, a system reminiscent of swapping card games.
If he soon reaccepted command, it was of all Virginia's forces.
Rava's actual words are: "They reaccepted it [the Torah] in the days of Ahasuerus; they confirmed what they had accepted long before.
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While it is certainly true that Haughey was a master grafstman (totaling $64 million in today's currency for his career in public service), he was repeatedly reelected from Dublin North and reaccepted as party leader of Fianna Fail, so that even the dogs around Raheny barked to his call.
Disobeying the Order of Discipline, on the other hand, could earn them discredit only from the Church, and there was also a way out, namely to confess their sins and be reaccepted into the congregation.
So I reapplied and was promptly reaccepted to Hawthornden, admittedly because artists' colonies are dramatist-deprived.
JH1215/F329 was rejected by the Van Gogh Museum in 2001, but is accepted by the Kroller-Muller Museum and has now been reaccepted by the Van Gogh Museum.
Afghanistan has been reaccepted into the international community, where it is increasingly active.
He has been totally reaccepted in Poland, has made Cracow his place of residence for half of each year, and enjoys great popularity, even as Polish emigre circles have ceased to play any significant role in shaping public opinion.
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In January 1996 one of the defectors, Sir Richard Body, reaccepted the party whip, but on 23 February Mr Peter Thurnham, member for Bolton North East announced his departure from the Conservative Party and his decision to sit as an independent MP, thereby reducing the government majority once more to three, with a by-election pending in Staffordshire South East following the death of the Conservative member, Sir David Lightbown.