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reattach

(ˌriːəˈtætʃ)
vb (tr)
to attach (something) again
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reattach


Past participle: reattached
Gerund: reattaching

Imperative
reattach
reattach
Present
I reattach
you reattach
he/she/it reattaches
we reattach
you reattach
they reattach
Preterite
I reattached
you reattached
he/she/it reattached
we reattached
you reattached
they reattached
Present Continuous
I am reattaching
you are reattaching
he/she/it is reattaching
we are reattaching
you are reattaching
they are reattaching
Present Perfect
I have reattached
you have reattached
he/she/it has reattached
we have reattached
you have reattached
they have reattached
Past Continuous
I was reattaching
you were reattaching
he/she/it was reattaching
we were reattaching
you were reattaching
they were reattaching
Past Perfect
I had reattached
you had reattached
he/she/it had reattached
we had reattached
you had reattached
they had reattached
Future
I will reattach
you will reattach
he/she/it will reattach
we will reattach
you will reattach
they will reattach
Future Perfect
I will have reattached
you will have reattached
he/she/it will have reattached
we will have reattached
you will have reattached
they will have reattached
Future Continuous
I will be reattaching
you will be reattaching
he/she/it will be reattaching
we will be reattaching
you will be reattaching
they will be reattaching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reattaching
you have been reattaching
he/she/it has been reattaching
we have been reattaching
you have been reattaching
they have been reattaching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reattaching
you will have been reattaching
he/she/it will have been reattaching
we will have been reattaching
you will have been reattaching
they will have been reattaching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reattaching
you had been reattaching
he/she/it had been reattaching
we had been reattaching
you had been reattaching
they had been reattaching
Conditional
I would reattach
you would reattach
he/she/it would reattach
we would reattach
you would reattach
they would reattach
Past Conditional
I would have reattached
you would have reattached
he/she/it would have reattached
we would have reattached
you would have reattached
they would have reattached
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

reattach

v. volver a juntar, volver a unir.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

reattach

vt reconectar, recolocar
English-Spanish/Spanish-English Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Prior to this, partial limb reattachments have been performed at KNH, but never a successful full reattachment of a completely severed limb.
Fracture strength of tooth fragment reattachments with postpone bevel and overcontour reconstruction.
15 teeth were taken as a control (Group I) and remaining 75 teeth were divided equally and randomly into five Groups; Group II - Composite, Group III - Giomer, Group IV - Dual Cure Resin Cement, Group V - Resin Modified GIC, Group VI - Compomer based upon the materials to be used for reattachment. The specimen teeth in the experimental groups were fractured by Custom-made vice.
Starting in April, acute care hospitals in targeted regions will receive bundled payments for lower extremity joint replacements or reattachments.
In both panels, two pairs of separations and reattachments are found with the exception of a small separation bubble evident on top of the rib for the numerical case (Figure 5(a)).
Moreover, the statistical processing of the simulation results depicts the impact that different rib lengths have on the separation and reattachment points of the flow, which directly affect the rate of heat transfer ([15], and references therein).
The LAMS plates survived no more than five reattachments, while the FLEXCEL NX Plates survived over 15.
Currently, HBOT is officially approved for conditions such as cyanide or carbon monoxide poisoning, smoke inhalation, decompression sickness (the Bends), crush injuries, poor wound healing, tissue damage from radiation, skin grafts and limb reattachments. Applications are expanding, and HBOT is now being used "off-label" for the improvement of stroke, autism, multiple sclerosis, plastic surgery, heart attack, near drowning, sports injuries, Lyme disease, head trauma and other conditions.
The reattachment points for [D.sub.0] = 0.50 m [D.sub.i] = 0.40 m, [D.sub.0] = 0.50 m [D.sub.i] = 0.30 m, [D.sub.0] = 0.50 m [D.sub.i] = 0.20 m, and [D.sub.0] = 0.50 m [D.sub.i] = 0.10 m correspondingly occurred at Z/[D.sub.0] = 2.60, 2.40, 1.90, and 1.80.