reimport

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re·im·port

 (rē′ĭm-pôrt′, rē-ĭm′pôrt′)
tr.v. re·im·port·ed, re·im·port·ing, re·im·ports
To bring back into a country (goods made from its exported raw materials).

re·im′port (rē-ĭm′pôrt) n.
re′im·por·ta′tion n.

reimport

vb
(Commerce) (tr) to import (goods manufactured from exported raw materials)
n
1. (Commerce) the act of reimporting
2. (Commerce) a reimported commodity
ˌreimporˈtation n
ˌreimˈporter n

reimport


Past participle: reimported
Gerund: reimporting

Imperative
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Present
I reimport
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Preterite
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Present Continuous
I am reimporting
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Present Perfect
I have reimported
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Past Continuous
I was reimporting
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Past Perfect
I had reimported
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Future
I will reimport
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Future Perfect
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Future Continuous
I will be reimporting
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reimporting
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
I would reimport
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Past Conditional
I would have reimported
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The statistics estimated in this paper allow us to paint a more accurate picture of the impact of exports on each domestic economy but does not address indirect or reimported value-added.
In addition, old content cannot be added to Instagram Stories unless it is reimported or there is a screenshot (as opposed to Snapchat, which lets you share Memories with a time stamp).
This is the reason that we advise exporting the data from several databases into temporary files, which are then exported and reimported into the final EndNote library for de-duplication.
She added: "We will always have situations where wild type measles virus will be occasionally reimported to Wales, until the disease is eradicated worldwide.
Kazakhstan's abstention would allow banned goods to be reimported to Russia through the Central Asian country - de facto voiding the embargo - and calls into question a trade union portrayed by the Kremlin as a potential rival for the European Union.
Meanwhile, the reimported notion of intellectual property and the new market-oriented ideology worked together and induced the seamless transition from "respecting somebody's intellectual work" to "granting them property control.
Many of the cars that were used in the explosions were stolen from Lebanon, taken to Yabroud to be fitted with explosives and then reimported via Arsal.
He said: "Bought new in west Africa by an English engineer he reimported it in 1950 and used it until his death at Christmas 1956 having just taxed it for the new year.
4) Large amounts of drugs are being reimported to the United States as American goods returned.
Another feature is the TranslationConnect module that allows the content to be exported for the translation process in a structured format and then reimported into the relevant language in the CMS after translation, this saves additional time when preparing content.