Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of regroup.
  • noun A new grouping.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Let us say that NATO goes forward with what you call regrouping, what others call tactical retreat.

    Press Briefing By Mike Mccurry

  • I’m just in regrouping mode here, and have been for about a year.

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  • 'Better Than Therapy', a fascinating 52-minute documentary on the Police reunion, is included with the concert and it dramatically illustrates the group dynamics and hard-won concessions that came into play before the regrouping was a go.

    Certifiable (DVD)

  • 'Better Than Therapy', a fascinating 52-minute documentary on the Police reunion, is included with the concert and it dramatically illustrates the group dynamics and hard-won concessions that came into play before the regrouping was a go.

    Certifiable

  • And this is bad news because when you've got kind of a radicalized movement and an organization which is regrouping, that is very -- potentially very damaging.

    CNN Transcript Feb 19, 2007

  • Now we are saying the Taliban are "regrouping" when is not clear they ever degrouped.

    Chuck Spinney: Obama's Politics of Change: Afghanistan & Gore's Transformative Vision

  • I also will be visiting my mother this trip... a kind of regrouping time, which is much needed after such an emotional visit at my dad's.

    Home Again

  • Blacklock's legal advisers were "regrouping" and deciding how to proceed.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But it looks like they are kind of regrouping, putting together exactly what they're -- what they're going to do.

    CNN Transcript Sep 28, 2006

  • He said the AWB was "regrouping" and was expected to have a mass meeting on Church Square in Pretoria in December.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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