reinvade

reinvade

(ˌriːɪnˈveɪd)
vb (tr)
to enter (a country, territory, etc) by military force again

reinvade


Past participle: reinvaded
Gerund: reinvading

Imperative
reinvade
reinvade
Present
I reinvade
you reinvade
he/she/it reinvades
we reinvade
you reinvade
they reinvade
Preterite
I reinvaded
you reinvaded
he/she/it reinvaded
we reinvaded
you reinvaded
they reinvaded
Present Continuous
I am reinvading
you are reinvading
he/she/it is reinvading
we are reinvading
you are reinvading
they are reinvading
Present Perfect
I have reinvaded
you have reinvaded
he/she/it has reinvaded
we have reinvaded
you have reinvaded
they have reinvaded
Past Continuous
I was reinvading
you were reinvading
he/she/it was reinvading
we were reinvading
you were reinvading
they were reinvading
Past Perfect
I had reinvaded
you had reinvaded
he/she/it had reinvaded
we had reinvaded
you had reinvaded
they had reinvaded
Future
I will reinvade
you will reinvade
he/she/it will reinvade
we will reinvade
you will reinvade
they will reinvade
Future Perfect
I will have reinvaded
you will have reinvaded
he/she/it will have reinvaded
we will have reinvaded
you will have reinvaded
they will have reinvaded
Future Continuous
I will be reinvading
you will be reinvading
he/she/it will be reinvading
we will be reinvading
you will be reinvading
they will be reinvading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reinvading
you have been reinvading
he/she/it has been reinvading
we have been reinvading
you have been reinvading
they have been reinvading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reinvading
you will have been reinvading
he/she/it will have been reinvading
we will have been reinvading
you will have been reinvading
they will have been reinvading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reinvading
you had been reinvading
he/she/it had been reinvading
we had been reinvading
you had been reinvading
they had been reinvading
Conditional
I would reinvade
you would reinvade
he/she/it would reinvade
we would reinvade
you would reinvade
they would reinvade
Past Conditional
I would have reinvaded
you would have reinvaded
he/she/it would have reinvaded
we would have reinvaded
you would have reinvaded
they would have reinvaded
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Whelks occupy shallow areas during warmer months, move into deeper habitats during cooler months, and annually reinvade shallow areas as temperatures warm seasonally.
Reinvade the West Bank as the rockets are flying into Netanya?
In fact, his maps were so vital to the war effort that they were "appreciated by both sides;" they were widely distributed to Pentagon personnel as classified materials and were also reproduced by the German military for their own attempts to reinvade France after D-Day (Starkley 1973).
Nevertheless, fears that this zoonosis may reinvade the island's shores remain very real.
The larvae eventually reinvade a host mussel, embed in host tissue, and enter a transformational stage from which the sexually immature nymph emerges (Fig.
Loi alleged that NCP's current tactic was to dismantle the political set-up in the new independent state and force it to reunite or reinvade it.
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The Council sees this premeditated wanton aggression as an attack on the entire Islamic Ummah and warns against the continued Israeli escalation and the attempt to reinvade the Gaza Strip, which will further fuel the conflict and take the region to the brink of an explosion.
The council sees this premeditated wanton aggression as an attack on the entire Islamic world and warns against the continued Israeli escalation and the attempt to reinvade the Gaza Strip, which will further fuel the conflict and take the region to the brink of an explosion, the statement added.
Too often, after radiation or chemotherapy, cancer cells repair themselves and reinvade the body.
In truth, of course, this would be the ideal time for Argentina to reinvade the Falklands, that distant windswept archipelago in the South Atlantic, as the majority of our armed services are gainfully employed at Olympic venues searching handbags.
In immunocompromised patients, however, the larvae change rapidly into infectious, filariform larvae and reinvade the gut, resulting in a cycle of autoinfection.