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recapture in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrecapturere‧cap‧ture /riːˈkæptʃə $ -ər/ verb [transitive]  1 REMEMBERto bring back the same feelings or qualities that you experienced in the past The film really recaptures the atmosphere of those days.2 CATCHto catch a prisoner or animal that has escaped He was recaptured after nearly two weeks on the run.3 PMto take control of a place again by fighting for it syn retake an attempt to recapture the cityrecapture noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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recaptureNine of the fugitives were later recaptured.The prisoners were recaptured a few hours after their escape.A lot depends on whether Democrats recapture a majority in the Senate.Later the slave was recaptured and sentenced to die in the arena facing a wild beast.Would we have heard, down here in the pianura, if he had been recaptured or killed?By then D day was history, and the Allies had recaptured Paris.Both have escaped and been recaptured since the Strangeways riot.It was sixteen years since Wycliffe's last case in the town and he was recapturing the atmosphere of the place.His book recaptures the excitement of life in the Old West.Viet Cong forces quickly recaptured the soldiers.You are recapturing the spirit and power that is integral to the freedom of the life you have chosen.