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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recouple.

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Examples

  • As the global economy 'recouples' demand for many commodities will flatten and commodity super-cyclists will spin their wheels as no new driver powers the commodities train forward.

    Safehaven

  • A more draconian approach recouples cost to price by making folks pay out of their own pockets for what they get.

    Attention Cardiologists:

  • When the parent recouples, it's a wonderful thing for the adult, they're gaga in love, but the kids feel kind of left behind, "Papernow said.

    News/local from www.dailyamerican.com

  • When the parent recouples, it's a wonderful thing for the adult, they're gaga in love, but the kids feel kind of left behind, "Papernow said.

    News/local from www.dailyamerican.com

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