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re·con·vert

 (rē′kən-vûrt′)
intr. & tr.v. re·con·vert·ed, re·con·vert·ing, re·con·verts
To undergo or cause to undergo conversion to a previous state or condition.

re′con·ver′sion (-vûr′zhən, -shən) n.
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reconvert

(ˌriːkənˈvɜːt)
vb (tr)
1. to change (something) back to a previous state or form
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) to bring (someone) back to his or her former religion
3. (Law) property law to convert back (property previously converted) into its original form, as land into money and vice versa. See also conversion5
reconversion n
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reconvert


Past participle: reconverted
Gerund: reconverting

Imperative
reconvert
reconvert
Present
I reconvert
you reconvert
he/she/it reconverts
we reconvert
you reconvert
they reconvert
Preterite
I reconverted
you reconverted
he/she/it reconverted
we reconverted
you reconverted
they reconverted
Present Continuous
I am reconverting
you are reconverting
he/she/it is reconverting
we are reconverting
you are reconverting
they are reconverting
Present Perfect
I have reconverted
you have reconverted
he/she/it has reconverted
we have reconverted
you have reconverted
they have reconverted
Past Continuous
I was reconverting
you were reconverting
he/she/it was reconverting
we were reconverting
you were reconverting
they were reconverting
Past Perfect
I had reconverted
you had reconverted
he/she/it had reconverted
we had reconverted
you had reconverted
they had reconverted
Future
I will reconvert
you will reconvert
he/she/it will reconvert
we will reconvert
you will reconvert
they will reconvert
Future Perfect
I will have reconverted
you will have reconverted
he/she/it will have reconverted
we will have reconverted
you will have reconverted
they will have reconverted
Future Continuous
I will be reconverting
you will be reconverting
he/she/it will be reconverting
we will be reconverting
you will be reconverting
they will be reconverting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconverting
you have been reconverting
he/she/it has been reconverting
we have been reconverting
you have been reconverting
they have been reconverting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconverting
you will have been reconverting
he/she/it will have been reconverting
we will have been reconverting
you will have been reconverting
they will have been reconverting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconverting
you had been reconverting
he/she/it had been reconverting
we had been reconverting
you had been reconverting
they had been reconverting
Conditional
I would reconvert
you would reconvert
he/she/it would reconvert
we would reconvert
you would reconvert
they would reconvert
Past Conditional
I would have reconverted
you would have reconverted
he/she/it would have reconverted
we would have reconverted
you would have reconverted
they would have reconverted
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reconvert - convert back; "Hollywood is reconverting old films"
convert - change the nature, purpose, or function of something; "convert lead into gold"; "convert hotels into jails"; "convert slaves to laborers"
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Translations

reconvert

[ˈriːkənˈvɜːt] VTvolver a convertir (to en)
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References in classic literature ?
When this is completed they are fixed for life: their legs are now converted into prehensile organs; they again obtain a well-constructed mouth; but they have no antennae, and their two eyes are now reconverted into a minute, single, and very simple eye-spot.
The pastor reconverted him in a year, but both conversions were merely intellectual, since Gibbon was of all men the most incapable of spiritual emotion.
"Our treatment method reconverts the oxidised chromate to a non-soluble state, which means it can be left safely in the ground without risk to the environment.
In 2009, Sam reconverts the traditional IRA, still worth $60,000, back to a Roth IRA.
If the Roth IRA is recharacterized or reconverted back into what it was before conversion, the IRA owner can reduce tax from the conversion.
Later, an updated analysis showed that a Roth IRA offers comparative advantages; thus, E reconverts back to a Roth IRA in accordance with the statutory waiting period (see below), when the account value is still $60,000 and pays a tax of $19,800 ($60,000 X 0.33) on reentry into a Roth account.
So also, one first perceives in parts speech which is uttered, then has a single cognition of a whole, then reconverts it to parts for purposes of communication.
He then reconverts the same IRA money to a Roth in 2000.
If Joan reconverts to a Roth IRA before April 19, 2000, the amounts transferred--less any amount that qualifies as a Roth contribution for 2000--will be subject to a 6% excise tax.
If a taxpayer converts or reconverts an amount, transfers that amount back to a traditional IRA by means of a re-characterization, and reconverts that amount in a transaction for which the taxpayer is not eligible under the interim rules set forth in the notice, the conversion will be deemed an "excess conversion." However, any reconversions that a taxpayer has made before November 1, 1998 will not be treated as excess reconversions and will not be taken into account in determining whether any later reconversion is an excess reconversion.