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regather

Syllabification: re·gath·er
Pronunciation: /rēˈɡaT͟Hər
 
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Definition of regather in English:

verb

1 [with object] Collect or gather (something) again: after 1910 the workers' movement regathered momentum
More example sentences
  • The short kick-off after Martin's try was regathered by Darren Callaghan, who made a bigger impact at scrum-half in the second half than he had at full-back in the first.
  • Groves scored next when Paul Scott kicked through on the last, regathered the ball and touched down under the posts.
  • In the four years of a Kerry administration, we can regather our forces and select someone less obvious and more competent to run against him in 2008, re-asserting true conservative dominance in the years to come.
2 [no object] Meet or come together again: they regathered at lunchtime to resume their drinking
More example sentences
  • But the Tigers simply regathered, reset and presented the ball to Healey.
  • Alas the surge was short lived as West regathered and countered the Eagle attack.
  • The whole group of protesters was able to regather from the violence and march peacefully through the CBD, past boutique fashion and jewellery shops, without damaging a thing.

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