reinvade

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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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While abrogating Article 370, Indian Machiavellis overlooked the legal aspect that this decision has made the occupied state practically an Independent and Free State, which India re-occupied and reinvaded on August 5, 2019, through unilateral decision like it did on October 27, 1947.
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The world's deadliest mosquito-borne disease, malaria, is in decline (see "The Extinction Invention," page 54), But illnesses transmitted by a different mosquito, which include Zika and dengue, have increased sharply since the city-dwelling Aedes aegypti reinvaded the Americas.
Israel pulled out of the northern section of the village in 2000, but reinvaded during the 2006 34-day war.
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During post-glaciation, the pectoral sandpiper likely reinvaded northeastern Russia, where it now nests sympatrically with the sharp-tailed sandpiper, with differences in breeding behavior acting as isolating mechanisms (Flint and Tomkovich, 1978, 1982).
Whether this genus is a relict of the original Jurassic distribution, or was derived from an Asian lineage that reinvaded Euramerica when contact was reestablished, is currently uncertain, as the phylogenetic position of Lazarussuchus is not fully resolved (e.g.
However, efforts to re-establish the democratic rule of law were further rudely interrupted in January 1999 when the rebels reinvaded Freetown, wreaking havoc and mayhem, and killing thousands of people.
It happened in 2000 when Israel reinvaded Palestinian cities, bombed the symbols of Palestine's quasi government such as the presidential headquarters in Ramallah and the Gaza International Airport.
The emphasis on the defensive elements of the city coincides with the end of the Second World War, during which Burma was invaded by Japan, then reinvaded by Britain, and with the early years of independence, which were marked by widespread unrest, banditry and fighting between ethnic and political groups.
Honeysuckle was removed spring 1996 but then reinvaded the experimental plots as seedlings or sprouts.
Mouse eradication attempts have had mixed success over the years--the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary was actually reinvaded by mice.