regroup

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re- +‎ group

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regroup (third-person singular simple present regroups, present participle regrouping, simple past and past participle regrouped)

  1. To pause and get organized before trying again.
    • 2011 October 1, Phil McNulty, “Everton 0 - 2 Liverpool”, BBC Sport:
      As half-time approached with Everton desperate to get into the dressing room and regroup, Liverpool were awarded a penalty for Jagielka's rash challenge on Suarez. This time there was no disputing Atkinson's decision, but Howard rescued Everton by diving low to his left to keep out Kuyt's spot-kick.
  2. to group or categorize again.

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