Definition of 'regroup'
Example sentences containing 'regroup'
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We now need to regroup and rebuild. The Sun (2015)It meant we could regroup and get back into the game. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But we must regroup and get ready to go again. The Sun (2013)We are all shocked but we must regroup and prepare for the next game. The Sun (2012)The confidence is going to be dented but we must regroup. The Sun (2008)We need to regroup and go again next week. The Sun (2015)Do we have it in us to regroup and go again? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Normally you get time to regroup. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It should regroup quickly and return to power on a tide of anti-capitalist ideology. Times, Sunday Times (2009)City now have to regroup for one of the most important weeks in the club's history. Times, Sunday Times (2011)As the grotesque business unfolds, so golf must try to regroup. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I have been trying to regroup and get it back. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have to regroup now. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But I do feel like now is the time to regroup and go forward. The Sun (2015)He said: 'We have to regroup quickly and get over the disappointment. The Sun (2007)He said: 'It is imperative we regroup quickly. The Sun (2016)He will need to rest now, regroup his thoughts and work out a way to improve the areas of his game that let him down. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He said: 'We have to regroup and go again. The Sun (2015)The most important thing now is to regroup, be positive and work towards winning the game on Wednesday. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They go into administration, come out of the other door, regroup and go again leaving a lot of creditors owed money. The Sun (2009)But we regrouped at half-time and I thought we played really well. The Sun (2006) Now I can regroup, come again and come back stronger. The Sun (2015)But they can use some of that experience of being in tough situations before, as can the coaches, and we need to regroup very quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Used Occasionally. regroup is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'regroup'
British English: regroup VERB
When people, especially soldiers, regroup, or when someone regroups them, they form an organized group again, in order to continue fighting.
Now the rebel army has regrouped and reorganised.
Definition of regroup from the Collins English Dictionary
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