Re-examine conjugation

English
30 examples
This verb can also mean the following: examine, examine again, do, mak long crosscountry drives, like a buddhist monk contemplating the karmic wheel

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
re-examine
re-examine
re-examines
re-examine
re-examine
re-examine
Future Simple
will re-examine
will re-examine
will re-examine
will re-examine
will re-examine
will re-examine
Past Simple
re-examined
re-examined
re-examined
re-examined
re-examined
re-examined
Conditional Simple
would re-examine
would re-examine
would re-examine
would re-examine
would re-examine
would re-examine
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am re-examining
are re-examining
is re-examining
are re-examining
are re-examining
are re-examining
Future Progressive
will be re-examining
will be re-examining
will be re-examining
will be re-examining
will be re-examining
will be re-examining
Past Progressive
was re-examining
were re-examining
was re-examining
were re-examining
were re-examining
were re-examining
Conditional Progressive
would be re-examining
would be re-examining
would be re-examining
would be re-examining
would be re-examining
would be re-examining
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have re-examined
have re-examined
has re-examined
have re-examined
have re-examined
have re-examined
Future Perfect
will have re-examined
will have re-examined
will have re-examined
will have re-examined
will have re-examined
will have re-examined
Past Perfect
had re-examined
had re-examined
had re-examined
had re-examined
had re-examined
had re-examined
Conditional Perfect
would have re-examined
would have re-examined
would have re-examined
would have re-examined
would have re-examined
would have re-examined
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been re-examining
have been re-examining
has been re-examining
have been re-examining
have been re-examining
have been re-examining
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been re-examining
will have been re-examining
will have been re-examining
will have been re-examining
will have been re-examining
will have been re-examining
Past Perfect Progressive
had been re-examining
had been re-examining
had been re-examining
had been re-examining
had been re-examining
had been re-examining
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been re-examining
would have been re-examining
would have been re-examining
would have been re-examining
would have been re-examining
would have been re-examining

Examples of re-examine

Example in English
'My father has requested that I re-examine my feelings when it comes to your proposed union.
I felt the need to re-examine the evidence I lifted from the body.
I'm entitled to re-examine you.
Let's re-examine...
So, you're gonna re-examine all the old forensics and come up with a new case in... 44 hours?
'My father has requested that I re-examine my feelings when it comes to your proposed union.
I felt the need to re-examine the evidence I lifted from the body.
I'm entitled to re-examine you.
Let's re-examine...
So, you're gonna re-examine all the old forensics and come up with a new case in... 44 hours?
undervalued"? "re-examined"?
'I re-examined Finlay's clothes for further trace evidence' and found something far more interesting.
'When Finkelstein and his colleagues re-examined Yadin's evidence at Meggido, 'they found there were flaws in how the site had been dated.
Many of my books contain every word must be examined and re-examined thoroughly.
Allegations that he made at the time of the trial are being re-examined.
We're re-examining your husband's death.
Alexandra. Which joy of re-examining you.
At the time, 18 months ago, everyone thought your parents death had been an accident but that changed when it became public knowledge that I was re-examining the case.
I've got a dozen bodies waiting for autopsies and you want me to waste time re-examining one I've already completed for no apparent reason.
In re-examining your military files, I find that there are many gaps.
undervalued"? "re-examined"?
'I re-examined Finlay's clothes for further trace evidence' and found something far more interesting.
'When Finkelstein and his colleagues re-examined Yadin's evidence at Meggido, 'they found there were flaws in how the site had been dated.
Many of my books contain every word must be examined and re-examined thoroughly.
Allegations that he made at the time of the trial are being re-examined.
We're re-examining your husband's death.
Alexandra. Which joy of re-examining you.
At the time, 18 months ago, everyone thought your parents death had been an accident but that changed when it became public knowledge that I was re-examining the case.
I've got a dozen bodies waiting for autopsies and you want me to waste time re-examining one I've already completed for no apparent reason.
In re-examining your military files, I find that there are many gaps.

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