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
reimport
reimport
Present
I reimport
you reimport
he/she/it reimports
we reimport
you reimport
they reimport
Preterite
I reimported
you reimported
he/she/it reimported
we reimported
you reimported
they reimported
Present Continuous
I am reimporting
you are reimporting
he/she/it is reimporting
we are reimporting
you are reimporting
they are reimporting
Present Perfect
I have reimported
you have reimported
he/she/it has reimported
we have reimported
you have reimported
they have reimported
Past Continuous
I was reimporting
you were reimporting
he/she/it was reimporting
we were reimporting
you were reimporting
they were reimporting
Past Perfect
I had reimported
you had reimported
he/she/it had reimported
we had reimported
you had reimported
they had reimported
Future
I will reimport
you will reimport
he/she/it will reimport
we will reimport
you will reimport
they will reimport
Future Perfect
I will have reimported
you will have reimported
he/she/it will have reimported
we will have reimported
you will have reimported
they will have reimported
Future Continuous
I will be reimporting
you will be reimporting
he/she/it will be reimporting
we will be reimporting
you will be reimporting
they will be reimporting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reimporting
you have been reimporting
he/she/it has been reimporting
we have been reimporting
you have been reimporting
they have been reimporting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reimporting
you will have been reimporting
he/she/it will have been reimporting
we will have been reimporting
you will have been reimporting
they will have been reimporting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reimporting
you had been reimporting
he/she/it had been reimporting
we had been reimporting
you had been reimporting
they had been reimporting
Conditional
I would reimport
you would reimport
he/she/it would reimport
we would reimport
you would reimport
they would reimport
Past Conditional
I would have reimported
you would have reimported
he/she/it would have reimported
we would have reimported
you would have reimported
they would have reimported
Translations
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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.
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.
152) The provision constructively prevented Chinese poultry from being reimported into the United States after the U.
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A number were reimported into the United States in the mid-part of the 20th century, but because of their poor shape they were often broken down, their actions salvaged and used to make sporters.
It was one of a quantity that had been reimported from South Korea back in the 1980s (the so-called "Blue Sky" import) and was in very good condition, with a mirror bright bore.
Between 1993 and 1995, the Sevel company--manufacturers in Argentina and Uruguay of Fiat automobiles--evaded US$42 million in taxes, besides benefitting from US$7 million for collecting refunds for parts it exported to Uruguay, which were then reimported as finished cars, for which the neighboring country also paid a commission.
All manner of mysterious goings-on have been happening over the past week, as the pagan festival of Samhain has been repackaged by the USA and then reimported back from across the Atlantic.
However, in 1865, cholera was reimported by a ship from cholera-stricken Marseille to Guadeloupe, launching an epidemic that would exact a toll of [greater than or equal to]11,000 deaths in a population of 150,000.