or bring back together again
The General regathered his troops and marched south.
They rolled lazily in the water for a while, just to regather their strength.
This was the place where he returned to regather his thoughts in moments of political
He turned off the radio to regather his focus and concentration.
He stopped to regather himself.
They will regather for the trip on Monday.
4. (transitive) sewing obsolete
to gather (the fabric of a garment
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