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re·con·firm

 (rē′kən-fûrm′)
tr.v. re·con·firmed, re·con·firm·ing, re·con·firms
To confirm again, especially to establish or support more firmly: reconfirmed the reservations.

re′con·fir·ma′tion (rē′kŏn-fər-mā′shən) n.
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reconfirm

(ˌriːkənˈfɜːm)
vb (tr)
to confirm (an arrangement, agreement, etc) again: reconfirm your return flight on arrival.
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reconfirm


Past participle: reconfirmed
Gerund: reconfirming

Imperative
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reconfirm
Present
I reconfirm
you reconfirm
he/she/it reconfirms
we reconfirm
you reconfirm
they reconfirm
Preterite
I reconfirmed
you reconfirmed
he/she/it reconfirmed
we reconfirmed
you reconfirmed
they reconfirmed
Present Continuous
I am reconfirming
you are reconfirming
he/she/it is reconfirming
we are reconfirming
you are reconfirming
they are reconfirming
Present Perfect
I have reconfirmed
you have reconfirmed
he/she/it has reconfirmed
we have reconfirmed
you have reconfirmed
they have reconfirmed
Past Continuous
I was reconfirming
you were reconfirming
he/she/it was reconfirming
we were reconfirming
you were reconfirming
they were reconfirming
Past Perfect
I had reconfirmed
you had reconfirmed
he/she/it had reconfirmed
we had reconfirmed
you had reconfirmed
they had reconfirmed
Future
I will reconfirm
you will reconfirm
he/she/it will reconfirm
we will reconfirm
you will reconfirm
they will reconfirm
Future Perfect
I will have reconfirmed
you will have reconfirmed
he/she/it will have reconfirmed
we will have reconfirmed
you will have reconfirmed
they will have reconfirmed
Future Continuous
I will be reconfirming
you will be reconfirming
he/she/it will be reconfirming
we will be reconfirming
you will be reconfirming
they will be reconfirming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconfirming
you have been reconfirming
he/she/it has been reconfirming
we have been reconfirming
you have been reconfirming
they have been reconfirming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconfirming
you will have been reconfirming
he/she/it will have been reconfirming
we will have been reconfirming
you will have been reconfirming
they will have been reconfirming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconfirming
you had been reconfirming
he/she/it had been reconfirming
we had been reconfirming
you had been reconfirming
they had been reconfirming
Conditional
I would reconfirm
you would reconfirm
he/she/it would reconfirm
we would reconfirm
you would reconfirm
they would reconfirm
Past Conditional
I would have reconfirmed
you would have reconfirmed
he/she/it would have reconfirmed
we would have reconfirmed
you would have reconfirmed
they would have reconfirmed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reconfirm - confirm again; "You must reconfirm your flight reservations"
reassert, confirm - strengthen or make more firm; "The witnesses confirmed the victim's account"
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Translations

reconfirm

[ˌriːkənˈfɜːrm] vtreconfirmer
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