reconvict


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reconvict

(ˌriːkənˈvɪkt)
vb (tr)
(Law) to convict (someone) again
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reconvict


Past participle: reconvicted
Gerund: reconvicting

Imperative
reconvict
reconvict
Present
I reconvict
you reconvict
he/she/it reconvicts
we reconvict
you reconvict
they reconvict
Preterite
I reconvicted
you reconvicted
he/she/it reconvicted
we reconvicted
you reconvicted
they reconvicted
Present Continuous
I am reconvicting
you are reconvicting
he/she/it is reconvicting
we are reconvicting
you are reconvicting
they are reconvicting
Present Perfect
I have reconvicted
you have reconvicted
he/she/it has reconvicted
we have reconvicted
you have reconvicted
they have reconvicted
Past Continuous
I was reconvicting
you were reconvicting
he/she/it was reconvicting
we were reconvicting
you were reconvicting
they were reconvicting
Past Perfect
I had reconvicted
you had reconvicted
he/she/it had reconvicted
we had reconvicted
you had reconvicted
they had reconvicted
Future
I will reconvict
you will reconvict
he/she/it will reconvict
we will reconvict
you will reconvict
they will reconvict
Future Perfect
I will have reconvicted
you will have reconvicted
he/she/it will have reconvicted
we will have reconvicted
you will have reconvicted
they will have reconvicted
Future Continuous
I will be reconvicting
you will be reconvicting
he/she/it will be reconvicting
we will be reconvicting
you will be reconvicting
they will be reconvicting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconvicting
you have been reconvicting
he/she/it has been reconvicting
we have been reconvicting
you have been reconvicting
they have been reconvicting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconvicting
you will have been reconvicting
he/she/it will have been reconvicting
we will have been reconvicting
you will have been reconvicting
they will have been reconvicting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconvicting
you had been reconvicting
he/she/it had been reconvicting
we had been reconvicting
you had been reconvicting
they had been reconvicting
Conditional
I would reconvict
you would reconvict
he/she/it would reconvict
we would reconvict
you would reconvict
they would reconvict
Past Conditional
I would have reconvicted
you would have reconvicted
he/she/it would have reconvicted
we would have reconvicted
you would have reconvicted
they would have reconvicted
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reconvict - convict anew
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
convict - find or declare guilty; "The man was convicted of fraud and sentenced"
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