Definition of regroup in English:

regroup

Line breaks: re|group
Pronunciation: /riːˈgruːp
 
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verb

Reassemble or cause to reassemble into organized groups, typically after being attacked or defeated: [no object]: by November 1971 the opposition was regrouping [with object]: he regrouped his fighters in the hills
More example sentences
  • It is not known whether they retain a low profile because the state has taken over most of the field or for tactical reasons, while proceeding to regroup and reorganize themselves.
  • Unable to hold the city, he managed the evacuation adroitly, regrouping his forces at White Plains.
  • His mission in the counter-offensive was to regroup his armies and seize Rostov-on-Don.

Derivatives

regroupment

noun
More example sentences
  • So it's not a question of regroupment, but there's a certain similarity with what's happening in other parts of the world, as it's important not be narrow-minded, but be prepared to work with different forces in united fronts.
  • The new regroupments and parties that are appearing represent a moment in the evolution of a growing layer of the working class and youth.
  • We believe that there is the possibility of regroupment on the Left internationally.

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