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reconvene

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreconvenere‧con‧vene /ˌriːkənˈviːn/ verb [intransitive, transitive] 🔊 🔊 if a meeting, a court etc reconvenes, or if you reconvene it, it meets again after a break→ See Verb table
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reconveneTony offered to make breakfast, an event so rare that there was a chance parliament would reconvene at Þingvellir.The Solid Waste Authority board will reconvene Dec. 19 to formally dissolve.Suggest that perhaps the meeting reconvene in half an hour after studying the material.The talks ended on May 18 with an agreement to reconvene in June.For it is the president's job to reconvene parliament.It was agreed to reconvene the permanent commission to draw up a treaty between the two countries.After this first round of negotiations, there are no plans to reconvene the talks before the elections.Mr Major has ordered ministers to reconvene tomorrow.
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Verb table
reconvene
Simple Form
Present
theyreconvene
itreconvenes
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Past
it, theyreconvened
Present perfect
theyhave reconvened
ithas reconvened
Past perfect
it, theyhad reconvened
Future
it, theywill reconvene
Future perfect
it, theywill have reconvened
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare reconvening
itis reconvening
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Past
theywere reconvening
itwas reconvening
Present perfect
theyhave been reconvening
ithas been reconvening
Past perfect
it, theyhad been reconvening
Future
it, theywill be reconvening
Future perfect
it, theywill have been reconvening
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