reintroduce

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reintroduce

(ˌriːɪntrəˈdjuːs)
vb (tr)
to introduce (something) again
ˌreintroˈduction n

reintroduce


Past participle: reintroduced
Gerund: reintroducing

Imperative
reintroduce
reintroduce
Present
I reintroduce
you reintroduce
he/she/it reintroduces
we reintroduce
you reintroduce
they reintroduce
Preterite
I reintroduced
you reintroduced
he/she/it reintroduced
we reintroduced
you reintroduced
they reintroduced
Present Continuous
I am reintroducing
you are reintroducing
he/she/it is reintroducing
we are reintroducing
you are reintroducing
they are reintroducing
Present Perfect
I have reintroduced
you have reintroduced
he/she/it has reintroduced
we have reintroduced
you have reintroduced
they have reintroduced
Past Continuous
I was reintroducing
you were reintroducing
he/she/it was reintroducing
we were reintroducing
you were reintroducing
they were reintroducing
Past Perfect
I had reintroduced
you had reintroduced
he/she/it had reintroduced
we had reintroduced
you had reintroduced
they had reintroduced
Future
I will reintroduce
you will reintroduce
he/she/it will reintroduce
we will reintroduce
you will reintroduce
they will reintroduce
Future Perfect
I will have reintroduced
you will have reintroduced
he/she/it will have reintroduced
we will have reintroduced
you will have reintroduced
they will have reintroduced
Future Continuous
I will be reintroducing
you will be reintroducing
he/she/it will be reintroducing
we will be reintroducing
you will be reintroducing
they will be reintroducing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reintroducing
you have been reintroducing
he/she/it has been reintroducing
we have been reintroducing
you have been reintroducing
they have been reintroducing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reintroducing
you will have been reintroducing
he/she/it will have been reintroducing
we will have been reintroducing
you will have been reintroducing
they will have been reintroducing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reintroducing
you had been reintroducing
he/she/it had been reintroducing
we had been reintroducing
you had been reintroducing
they had been reintroducing
Conditional
I would reintroduce
you would reintroduce
he/she/it would reintroduce
we would reintroduce
you would reintroduce
they would reintroduce
Past Conditional
I would have reintroduced
you would have reintroduced
he/she/it would have reintroduced
we would have reintroduced
you would have reintroduced
they would have reintroduced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reintroduce - introduce anew; "We haven't met in a long time, so let me reintroduce myself"
acquaint, introduce, present - cause to come to know personally; "permit me to acquaint you with my son"; "introduce the new neighbors to the community"

reintroduce

verb
To bring back into existence or use:
Translations

reintroduce

[ˌriːɪntrəˈdjuːs] vt
[+ measure, bill, scheme, death penalty] → réintroduire
[+ plant, animal, species] → réintroduire

reintroduce

vt measure, death penaltywieder einführen; (Parl) billerneut vorlegen; (Zool) specieswieder heimisch machen
References in classic literature ?
Gradually trade with the Continent, also, was reestablished and grew; but perhaps the most important humanizing influence was the reintroduction of Christianity.
It is our hope that this tool will not only provide evidence to guide the current debate in Scotland, but can be used more widely in discussions around large carnivore reintroductions globally."
Wildwood director Peter Smith said: "Our ecosystem desperately needs reintroductions like this; apex predators are critical for controlling species like deer which can overpopulate and cause serious damage to natural habitats.
Scottish Natural Heritage are being kept informed after Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham pledged last year that no reintroductions would go ahead without full consultation.
We want local people to get involved and really embrace the project." The Trust says bringing back lynx could have significant financial benefits to rural Northumberland, citing multi-million pound eco-tourism industries that have developed around lynx reintroductions in Germany.
Captive breeding programmes in European zoos and reintroductions have led to a gradual increase in numbers, and the project in Romania aims to establish a self-sustaining population there and boost the variety of wildlife in the region.
This book is associated with the Society for Ecological Restoration, the Center for Plant Conservation (CPC), and a 2009 international symposium "Evaluating Plant Reintroductions as Plant Conservation Strategy: Two Decades of Evidence." It extends and supplants a 1996 CPC and Island Press publication, Restoring Diversity (Falk et al.).
These are the latest in a series of successful reintroductions that have already re-established populations in the South and West of the island after the reds were almost wiped out by the 1990s.
Some environmental advocates also oppose wildlife reintroductions. One argument is that people have "played God" enough and should stop tinkering even more with wildlife and ecosystems, especially given that the overall long-term impact is always uncertain.
"Survival rates of dormice reintroduced into the wild are extremely high, demonstrating the success of this activity as part of the longer-term conservation strategy, which combines monitoring the status of the species, with reintroductions and ongoing sympathetic habitat management." The site, which has special conservation status, is a mixed woodland featuring oak, crab apple and silver birch trees, as well as bracken, brambles, bluebells and honeysuckle - all of which provide an ideal habitat for dormice..
ABSTRACT: Reintroductions of muskoxen (Ovibus moschatus), European bison (Bison bonasus), and moose (Alces alces) have occurred recently in Russia.
Here in the UK, it has often been hunting pressure from humans that has been responsible for the loss of native species, so reintroductions are potentially much less fraught.