recolonize

(redirected from recolonisation)
Related to recolonisation: colonise, colonize

recolonize

(riːˈkɒləˌnaɪz) or

recolonise

vb (tr)
to colonize (somewhere or something) again

recolonize


Past participle: recolonized
Gerund: recolonizing

Imperative
recolonize
recolonize
Present
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Past Perfect
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Future
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
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Past Conditional
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References in periodicals archive ?
Successful recolonisation may depend on the availability of stable substrates and being able to compete with the algae that is replacing the live coral.
The use of healthy human flora appears to be the most complete probiotic treatment available today, capable of eradicating 'bad' bacteria and spores and supplying 'good' bacteria for recolonisation of the gut in certain conditions.
Effect of recolonisation with "interfering" alpha streptococci on recurrences of acute and secretory otitis media in children: randomised placebo controlled trial.
The results from the Eumeralla surveys confirm high mammal diversity for this section of this iconic national park and successful recolonisation following the wildfire of 1983.
L'amelioration naturelle consiste a provoquer la regeneration biologique du milieu par un repos pluriannuel des paturages qui permettrait la recolonisation du terrain par l'accroissement du couvert vegetal (Floret et al.
Modelling recolonisation of heterogeneous river floodplains by small mammals.
Il s'interesse aux raisons de son declenchement, aux roles des ONG et des reseaux sociaux et surtout a ses effets ravageurs n'hesitant pas a parler de [beaucoup moins que] recolonisation [beaucoup plus grand que].
In the second section, the processes of displacement, recolonisation of the marshlands and changes in the arrangement and distribution of property are analysed.
Coherent hazel dominated woodlands could provide optimal habitats for the hazel dormouse allowing a recolonisation of the landscape after the glaciations.
I doubt the deals our governments are signing will be as dramatic as recolonisation.
For many Africans the spectre of a court based in The Hague and largely funded by Africa's five former European colonial powers resembled recolonisation y spurious legal diktat.