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re·plant

 (rē-plănt′)
tr.v. re·plant·ed, re·plant·ing, re·plants
1. To plant (something) again or in a new place: separated and replanted the perennials.
2. To supply with new plants: replant a window box.
3. To reattach (an organ or limbs, for example) surgically to the original site.
n. (rē′plănt′)
Something replanted.

re′plan·ta′tion n.

replant

(riːˈplɑːnt)
vb (tr)
1. to plant again: she replanted the bulbs that the dog had dug up.
2. (Surgery) to reattach (a severed limb or part) by surgery

re•plant

(riˈplænt, -ˈplɑnt)

v.t.
1. to plant again.
2. to provide again with plants.
3. to reattach, as a severed finger, esp. with the use of microsurgery.
[1565–75]
re`plan•ta′tion, n.

replant


Past participle: replanted
Gerund: replanting

Imperative
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Present
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we replant
you replant
they replant
Preterite
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you replanted
they replanted
Present Continuous
I am replanting
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we are replanting
you are replanting
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Present Perfect
I have replanted
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he/she/it has replanted
we have replanted
you have replanted
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Past Continuous
I was replanting
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he/she/it was replanting
we were replanting
you were replanting
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Past Perfect
I had replanted
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he/she/it had replanted
we had replanted
you had replanted
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Future
I will replant
you will replant
he/she/it will replant
we will replant
you will replant
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Future Perfect
I will have replanted
you will have replanted
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Future Continuous
I will be replanting
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been replanting
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they have been replanting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been replanting
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been replanting
you had been replanting
he/she/it had been replanting
we had been replanting
you had been replanting
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Conditional
I would replant
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he/she/it would replant
we would replant
you would replant
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Past Conditional
I would have replanted
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he/she/it would have replanted
we would have replanted
you would have replanted
they would have replanted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.replant - plant again or anew; "They replanted the land"; "He replanted the seedlings"
plant, set - put or set (seeds, seedlings, or plants) into the ground; "Let's plant flowers in the garden"
Translations

replant

[ˈriːˈplɑːnt] VTreplantar

replant

vt cabbages, trees etcumpflanzen; garden, fieldneu bepflanzen
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