repeople

repeople

(riːˈpiːpəl)
vb (tr)
(Sociology) to people (an area) again, to provide a new population for

repeople


Past participle: repeopled
Gerund: repeopling

Imperative
repeople
repeople
Present
I repeople
you repeople
he/she/it repeoples
we repeople
you repeople
they repeople
Preterite
I repeopled
you repeopled
he/she/it repeopled
we repeopled
you repeopled
they repeopled
Present Continuous
I am repeopling
you are repeopling
he/she/it is repeopling
we are repeopling
you are repeopling
they are repeopling
Present Perfect
I have repeopled
you have repeopled
he/she/it has repeopled
we have repeopled
you have repeopled
they have repeopled
Past Continuous
I was repeopling
you were repeopling
he/she/it was repeopling
we were repeopling
you were repeopling
they were repeopling
Past Perfect
I had repeopled
you had repeopled
he/she/it had repeopled
we had repeopled
you had repeopled
they had repeopled
Future
I will repeople
you will repeople
he/she/it will repeople
we will repeople
you will repeople
they will repeople
Future Perfect
I will have repeopled
you will have repeopled
he/she/it will have repeopled
we will have repeopled
you will have repeopled
they will have repeopled
Future Continuous
I will be repeopling
you will be repeopling
he/she/it will be repeopling
we will be repeopling
you will be repeopling
they will be repeopling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been repeopling
you have been repeopling
he/she/it has been repeopling
we have been repeopling
you have been repeopling
they have been repeopling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been repeopling
you will have been repeopling
he/she/it will have been repeopling
we will have been repeopling
you will have been repeopling
they will have been repeopling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been repeopling
you had been repeopling
he/she/it had been repeopling
we had been repeopling
you had been repeopling
they had been repeopling
Conditional
I would repeople
you would repeople
he/she/it would repeople
we would repeople
you would repeople
they would repeople
Past Conditional
I would have repeopled
you would have repeopled
he/she/it would have repeopled
we would have repeopled
you would have repeopled
they would have repeopled
Translations

repeople

[ˈriːˈpiːpl] VTrepoblar
References in classic literature ?
The lights were nearly all extinguished in the passages, the iron gates were being closed with a jar and a rattle, and the dismal place was deserted until to-morrow morning's interest of gallows, pillory, whipping-post, and branding-iron, should repeople it.
I wish to repeople myself | on the other side of | with a friend | a
Lucas argued in 1888 that the West Indies were 'attractive' because they were 'mostly of small size, and therefore easy to deal with, to conquer, and to settle, easy to depopulate, easy to repeople'.
In Ovid, didn't Pyrrha sow stones, the bones of the great mother, to repeople a drowned world?
i: (as in bean) e ee ie ea ae y i eo ei ey ui oe defreeze piecemeal faeces completability Timorese repeople preconceive Ceylonese Guianese synoekete (an insect that lives harmlessly with ants or other\ social insects)
Froissart is the locus classicus for the powerful story of the siege and capitulation of Calais, of Edward III's proposal, famously memorialized by Rodin, that the six most prominent citizens of Calais should be sacrificed to spare the city, Edward's subsequent victory, and his "menacing, enigmatic (perhaps incomprehensible) statement" for I wolde repeople agayne the towne with pure Englysshmen (38).
It is thus with our race; we can never again Repeople the forest, nor hope to regain The power of the past.
The birth summons up, for a moment at least, Hightower's hopeful imagining of how Lena will repeople the earth from the very site of destruction and death, the aptly named Old Burden Place.
Ishmael devolves to the source of the scala naturae, primal water, rising again, baptized, to repeople an earth without chains.
It is an easier move for Forster to repeople Howards End with the Schlegel angels because he has sentimentalized his own childhood in the English countryside; Woolf, on the other hand, abandons her childhood residence through apostasy, after building a fictional crypt to her parents' consciousness.
This we was going to repeople the world with friends so that there would be a "yes" wherever "people had said 'No' to people, wherever worlds had said 'No' to our world" (174).