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readmit

(ˌriːədˈmɪt)
vb (tr) , -mits, -mitting or -mitted
to allow (someone) to enter or be admitted again

readmit


Past participle: readmitted
Gerund: readmitting

Imperative
readmit
readmit
Present
I readmit
you readmit
he/she/it readmits
we readmit
you readmit
they readmit
Preterite
I readmitted
you readmitted
he/she/it readmitted
we readmitted
you readmitted
they readmitted
Present Continuous
I am readmitting
you are readmitting
he/she/it is readmitting
we are readmitting
you are readmitting
they are readmitting
Present Perfect
I have readmitted
you have readmitted
he/she/it has readmitted
we have readmitted
you have readmitted
they have readmitted
Past Continuous
I was readmitting
you were readmitting
he/she/it was readmitting
we were readmitting
you were readmitting
they were readmitting
Past Perfect
I had readmitted
you had readmitted
he/she/it had readmitted
we had readmitted
you had readmitted
they had readmitted
Future
I will readmit
you will readmit
he/she/it will readmit
we will readmit
you will readmit
they will readmit
Future Perfect
I will have readmitted
you will have readmitted
he/she/it will have readmitted
we will have readmitted
you will have readmitted
they will have readmitted
Future Continuous
I will be readmitting
you will be readmitting
he/she/it will be readmitting
we will be readmitting
you will be readmitting
they will be readmitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been readmitting
you have been readmitting
he/she/it has been readmitting
we have been readmitting
you have been readmitting
they have been readmitting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been readmitting
you will have been readmitting
he/she/it will have been readmitting
we will have been readmitting
you will have been readmitting
they will have been readmitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been readmitting
you had been readmitting
he/she/it had been readmitting
we had been readmitting
you had been readmitting
they had been readmitting
Conditional
I would readmit
you would readmit
he/she/it would readmit
we would readmit
you would readmit
they would readmit
Past Conditional
I would have readmitted
you would have readmitted
he/she/it would have readmitted
we would have readmitted
you would have readmitted
they would have readmitted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.readmit - admit anew; "The refugee was readmitted into his home country"
allow in, intromit, let in, admit - allow to enter; grant entry to; "We cannot admit non-members into our club building"; "This pipe admits air"
2.readmit - admit again or anew; "After paying a penalty, the player was readmitted"
let in, admit, include - allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of; "admit someone to the profession"; "She was admitted to the New Jersey Bar"
Translations

readmit

[ˈriːədˈmɪt] VTreadmitir, volver a admitir
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