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reacquaint

(ˌriːəˈkweɪnt)
vb (tr)
to acquaint (a person) with a particular fact, situation, person, etc again
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reacquaint


Past participle: reacquainted
Gerund: reacquainting

Imperative
reacquaint
reacquaint
Present
I reacquaint
you reacquaint
he/she/it reacquaints
we reacquaint
you reacquaint
they reacquaint
Preterite
I reacquainted
you reacquainted
he/she/it reacquainted
we reacquainted
you reacquainted
they reacquainted
Present Continuous
I am reacquainting
you are reacquainting
he/she/it is reacquainting
we are reacquainting
you are reacquainting
they are reacquainting
Present Perfect
I have reacquainted
you have reacquainted
he/she/it has reacquainted
we have reacquainted
you have reacquainted
they have reacquainted
Past Continuous
I was reacquainting
you were reacquainting
he/she/it was reacquainting
we were reacquainting
you were reacquainting
they were reacquainting
Past Perfect
I had reacquainted
you had reacquainted
he/she/it had reacquainted
we had reacquainted
you had reacquainted
they had reacquainted
Future
I will reacquaint
you will reacquaint
he/she/it will reacquaint
we will reacquaint
you will reacquaint
they will reacquaint
Future Perfect
I will have reacquainted
you will have reacquainted
he/she/it will have reacquainted
we will have reacquainted
you will have reacquainted
they will have reacquainted
Future Continuous
I will be reacquainting
you will be reacquainting
he/she/it will be reacquainting
we will be reacquainting
you will be reacquainting
they will be reacquainting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reacquainting
you have been reacquainting
he/she/it has been reacquainting
we have been reacquainting
you have been reacquainting
they have been reacquainting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reacquainting
you will have been reacquainting
he/she/it will have been reacquainting
we will have been reacquainting
you will have been reacquainting
they will have been reacquainting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reacquainting
you had been reacquainting
he/she/it had been reacquainting
we had been reacquainting
you had been reacquainting
they had been reacquainting
Conditional
I would reacquaint
you would reacquaint
he/she/it would reacquaint
we would reacquaint
you would reacquaint
they would reacquaint
Past Conditional
I would have reacquainted
you would have reacquainted
he/she/it would have reacquainted
we would have reacquainted
you would have reacquainted
they would have reacquainted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reacquaint - familiarize anew; "We reacquainted ourselves with this technique"
familiarise, familiarize, acquaint - make familiar or conversant with; "you should acquaint yourself with your new computer"; "We familiarized ourselves with the new surroundings"
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I look forward to reacquainting myself with the country's warm and welcoming people, beautiful landscapes, and delicious food.'
I look forward to getting out and reacquainting myself with both the business and professional services communities, and have been impressed with the quality and breadth of companies I have met so far in the area.'
Burma in reform is reacquainting with old friends and foes.
After reading David's article on the delights of the circumpolar sky, I am going to spend some telescope time this autumn reacquainting myself with that part of the sky.
But there is a far more pressing issue dominating the headlines - Cheryl Cole is rumoured to be reacquainting herself with ex-husband Ashley's baggy kecks.
"I look forward to reacquainting myself with them in restaurants all over China when Cats starts its national tour."
He wouldn't want to make a mess of those by reacquainting himself with his lunch, would he?
Rowling is widely credited with reacquainting young people with the discipline of reading long books - and long may that last.