recolonize

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Related to recolonisation: colonise, colonize

recolonize

(riːˈkɒləˌnaɪz) or

recolonise

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


Past participle: recolonized
Gerund: recolonizing

Imperative
recolonize
recolonize
Present
I recolonize
you recolonize
he/she/it recolonizes
we recolonize
you recolonize
they recolonize
Preterite
I recolonized
you recolonized
he/she/it recolonized
we recolonized
you recolonized
they recolonized
Present Continuous
I am recolonizing
you are recolonizing
he/she/it is recolonizing
we are recolonizing
you are recolonizing
they are recolonizing
Present Perfect
I have recolonized
you have recolonized
he/she/it has recolonized
we have recolonized
you have recolonized
they have recolonized
Past Continuous
I was recolonizing
you were recolonizing
he/she/it was recolonizing
we were recolonizing
you were recolonizing
they were recolonizing
Past Perfect
I had recolonized
you had recolonized
he/she/it had recolonized
we had recolonized
you had recolonized
they had recolonized
Future
I will recolonize
you will recolonize
he/she/it will recolonize
we will recolonize
you will recolonize
they will recolonize
Future Perfect
I will have recolonized
you will have recolonized
he/she/it will have recolonized
we will have recolonized
you will have recolonized
they will have recolonized
Future Continuous
I will be recolonizing
you will be recolonizing
he/she/it will be recolonizing
we will be recolonizing
you will be recolonizing
they will be recolonizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recolonizing
you have been recolonizing
he/she/it has been recolonizing
we have been recolonizing
you have been recolonizing
they have been recolonizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recolonizing
you will have been recolonizing
he/she/it will have been recolonizing
we will have been recolonizing
you will have been recolonizing
they will have been recolonizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recolonizing
you had been recolonizing
he/she/it had been recolonizing
we had been recolonizing
you had been recolonizing
they had been recolonizing
Conditional
I would recolonize
you would recolonize
he/she/it would recolonize
we would recolonize
you would recolonize
they would recolonize
Past Conditional
I would have recolonized
you would have recolonized
he/she/it would have recolonized
we would have recolonized
you would have recolonized
they would have recolonized
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Tree-planting volunteers are helping to encourage recolonisation of wild areas
The annual visitors have been playing out a soap opera in the skies of Northumberland since their recolonisation in 2009, with births, deaths, reunions, pairings, hatchings and even the odd spot of philandering that would be worthy of a storyline on Coronation Street.
While recolonisation is, to some extent, inevitable during the exposure period, we expect no bias toward colonisation from previously cleaned invertebrates.
Pundits, worldwide, have criticised China for using debt to increase its footprint in emerging economies in what has been christened as "debt-trap diplomacy" or "debt colonialism"."Kenya must avoid recolonisation through debt as has been witnessed in other countries," the Kenyan leaders warned.
Decolonisation runs the risk of recolonisation, mainly because the concept is premised on dichotomous thinking of the coloniser versus the colonised.
They may promote cell survival and differentiation, revascularisation, and recolonisation of the lesioned tissue by glial and endothelium cells from the host.
Successful recolonisation may depend on the availability of stable substrates and being able to compete with the algae that is replacing the live coral.
(8) "Rather than explore the centrality of international law to past and present processes of imperialism, exploitation, domination, recolonisation and elite identity formation, international law students and teachers idealise international law as a subject devoted to world order, humanitarianism, human dignity, peace and security.
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.