transitive verb
1. (to provide a substitute) 
a. to replace (something broken) 
Tenemos que reponer las dos bombillas fundidas.We have to replace the two blown bulbs.
b. to replenish (provisions) 
En septiembre repondremos nuestras provisiones de leña para el invierno.In September we'll replenish our firewood supply for the winter.
2. (to return to a former position) 
a. reinstate 
Una vez aclarada la situación, fue repuesto en su cargo.Once the situation was cleared up, he was reinstated in his post.
3. (theater) 
a. to revive 
Este invierno la compañía tiene previsto reponer una obra de Lope.The company plans to revive one of Lope's plays this winter.
Espero que repongan la obra porque verla una vez no basta.I hope they put on the play again because seeing it once is not enough.
4. (film and television) 
a. to rerun (a series) 
Están reponiendo una serie que solía ver de niña.They are rerunning a series I used to watch as a child.
b. to repeat (a series) 
En este canal reponen una y otra vez las mismas telenovelas.They repeat the same soap operas over and over again on this channel.
c. to show again (a film) 
Si repusieran Titanic en el cine, yo iría a verla.If they showed Titanic again in theaters, I'd go see it.
5. (to respond) 
a. to reply 
Le preguntó por su divorcio y ella repuso que no era asunto suyo.He asked her about her divorce and she replied that it was none of his business.
6. (to return money) 
a. to repay 
¿Cuándo me vas a reponer lo que me debes?When are you repaying what you owe me?
pronominal verb
7. (to regain health) 
Me da gusto que ya te estés reponiendo de la gripa.I'm glad you are recovering from the flu.
8. (to regain mental peace) 
Todavía nos estamos reponiendo del susto que nos dio cuando se desmayó.We are still recovering from the scare he gave us when he fainted.
transitive verb
1. (existencias, trabajador) 
a. to replace 
2. (cine & teatro) 
a. to rerun 
3. (tv) 
a. to repeat 
4. (replicar) 
a. no direct translation 
reponer queto reply that
pronominal verb
5. (general) 
a. to recover 
reponerrepuesto (participio_de_pasado)
transitive verb
1 [+productos, surtido] to replenish
2 (devolver) [+objeto dañado] to replace; pay for; pay for the replacement of
reponer el dinero robado to pay back the stolen money
3 (en un cargo) to reinstate
4 (recuperar)
reponer fuerzas to get one's strength back
5 (Teat) to revive; put on again; (TV) to repeat
6 (replicar) to reply;que that
pronominal verb
reponerse (recuperarse) to recover
reponerse de to recover from; get over
Phrases with "reponer"
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reponer fuerzas
to get one's strength back
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