Definitions

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  • verb transitive To gear again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ gear

Examples

  • The 2008 show marks the official start of the auto industry's effort to regear its marketing machines to make us want to pay for new technology.

    Detroit Show Illustrates

  • The humble video phone de regear for frontline reporters intent on getting the story out.

    CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2001

  • They take their men apart and rewire and regear them.

    The Stars My Destination

  • They take their men apart and rewire and regear them.

    The Stars My Destination

  • They take their men apart and rewire and regear them.

    Tiger! Tiger!

  • Ed Hodgson, director, national offices, at Invista, said: "Our ability to successfully complete a lease regear with the existing tenant at Cambridge Science Park, extending the lease length from one to six years and securing over a 20 per cent increase in rent, allowed us to deliver on our business plan for the property and achieve considerable performance for our client."

    East of England Business News

  • Was all set for some Halloween clues so had to regear -- we oldsters know Marian Davies, including the naughty Citizen Kane reference.

    Rex Parker Does the NYT Crossword Puzzle

  • There is, of course, no hope to regear the functions of the foreign brain so that it might handle Japanese.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIII No 2

  • This started off great, although some of the evolution of the “paperwork” involved started to turn me off towards the end of the campaign – like you didn’t have specific gear any more, but could regear at your given gp level but with loads of complex rules tacked onto that.

    Pathfinder Society Launches! « Geek Related

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