Rearrest conjugation

English
26 examples
This verb can also mean the following: arrest again, arrest

Conjugation of eiti

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you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
rearrest
rearrest
rearrests
rearrest
rearrest
rearrest
Future Simple
will rearrest
will rearrest
will rearrest
will rearrest
will rearrest
will rearrest
Past Simple
rearrested
rearrested
rearrested
rearrested
rearrested
rearrested
Conditional Simple
would rearrest
would rearrest
would rearrest
would rearrest
would rearrest
would rearrest
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am rearresting
are rearresting
is rearresting
are rearresting
are rearresting
are rearresting
Future Progressive
will be rearresting
will be rearresting
will be rearresting
will be rearresting
will be rearresting
will be rearresting
Past Progressive
was rearresting
were rearresting
was rearresting
were rearresting
were rearresting
were rearresting
Conditional Progressive
would be rearresting
would be rearresting
would be rearresting
would be rearresting
would be rearresting
would be rearresting
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have rearrested
have rearrested
has rearrested
have rearrested
have rearrested
have rearrested
Future Perfect
will have rearrested
will have rearrested
will have rearrested
will have rearrested
will have rearrested
will have rearrested
Past Perfect
had rearrested
had rearrested
had rearrested
had rearrested
had rearrested
had rearrested
Conditional Perfect
would have rearrested
would have rearrested
would have rearrested
would have rearrested
would have rearrested
would have rearrested
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been rearresting
have been rearresting
has been rearresting
have been rearresting
have been rearresting
have been rearresting
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been rearresting
will have been rearresting
will have been rearresting
will have been rearresting
will have been rearresting
will have been rearresting
Past Perfect Progressive
had been rearresting
had been rearresting
had been rearresting
had been rearresting
had been rearresting
had been rearresting
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been rearresting
would have been rearresting
would have been rearresting
would have been rearresting
would have been rearresting
would have been rearresting

Examples of rearrest

Example in English
I could rearrest you right now.
I'm gonna rearrest him.
Even so, she should have been moved when the home office started the rearrest of aliens in all coastal districts earlier this month, and yet she wasn't, was she?
If it's incriminating, if it's sound, I want to rearrest Evie on suspicion of forced labour today,
If we rearrest him without new evidence, it'll cause a huge scandal.
I could rearrest you right now.
I'm gonna rearrest him.
Even so, she should have been moved when the home office started the rearrest of aliens in all coastal districts earlier this month, and yet she wasn't, was she?
If it's incriminating, if it's sound, I want to rearrest Evie on suspicion of forced labour today,
If we rearrest him without new evidence, it'll cause a huge scandal.
You've rearrested Pierce.
Do not get rearrested, and complete a substance abuse program.
He slipped off to Spain but was rearrested in Gibraltar visiting friends.
He was also the chief suspect in similar incidents in Chicago and New York, which is where he was rearrested and extradited back to Hawaii.
She already has been out of that prison and she was rearrested.
If he doesn't make a move in the next three hours I'm recommending the closure of the Channel Tunnel and rearresting Malek.
We'd love to, Your Honor, but we're rearresting Mr. Grant on a murder charge.
We're gonna try to fix this without rearresting the heart.
You've rearrested Pierce.
Do not get rearrested, and complete a substance abuse program.
He slipped off to Spain but was rearrested in Gibraltar visiting friends.
He was also the chief suspect in similar incidents in Chicago and New York, which is where he was rearrested and extradited back to Hawaii.
She already has been out of that prison and she was rearrested.
If he doesn't make a move in the next three hours I'm recommending the closure of the Channel Tunnel and rearresting Malek.
We'd love to, Your Honor, but we're rearresting Mr. Grant on a murder charge.
We're gonna try to fix this without rearresting the heart.

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