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- ail-gipioddal unwaith etoail-ddalail-ddal
Noun(1) a legal seizure by the government of profits beyond a fixed amount(2) the act of taking something back
Verb(1) experience anew(2) take up anew(3) take back by force, as after a battle(4) capture again
(1) He thought the piece she'd written on his recapture after a jail break was particularly commendable.(2) Before his recapture , he stayed at inns or slept at video game rooms, all located in the vicinity of the two marketplaces.(3) During the second world war Dr Pollock served as a captain in the Black Watch and then with No 5 Commando, and took part in the D Day landings and the recapture of Mandalay.(4) the recapture of the harbour of Bahia(5) The recapture of the city by the Greeks, in turn, brought extensive privileges to Genoa, which now began its expansion into the Black Sea region.(6) This large-scale, sophisticated operation collapsed the opposition defenses within a week, resulting in the recapture of the region.(7) We have an opportunity here to recapture our territories and regain control of our river.(8) The lines of communications there were focused through Seoul, and the recapture of the city promised dramatic results.(9) The capital city of Agana was bombed heavily during the recapture of the island from the Japanese, and had to be completely rebuilt.(10) Like other collectors I am also trying to recapture the feelings of childhood.(11) This will prevent the recapture of the reptile.(12) It will recapture the excitement of crossing national borders that the euro eliminated.(13) The period following the recapture of Constantinople in 1261 was marked by liturgical consolidation and musical creativity, processes in which monasticism played a leading role.(14) Maybe we're all trying to recapture that feeling of acceptance.(15) I finally found a videotape of it, watched it again, and couldn't recapture the original feeling, maybe because I knew all the surprises.(16) Re-reading it 35 years later, it's not difficult to recapture that excitement.
2. retake ::
Different Formsrecapture, recaptured, recaptures, recapturing
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