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Spanish translation of “regain”

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regain

verb /riˈɡein/
to get back again
recobrar, recuperar
The champion was beaten in January, but regained the title in March.
to get back to (a place)
volver a alcanzar/llegar
The swimmer was swept out to sea, but managed to regain the shore.
Translations of “regain”
in Korean 되찾다…
in Arabic يَستَعيد…
in French regagner…
in Italian riguadagnare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 重新獲得, 恢復, 收回…
in Russian получать обратно…
in Turkish yeniden elde etmek/kavuşmak/almak, tekrar ele geçirmek…
in Polish odzyskać…
in Portuguese recuperar…
in German wiedergewinnen…
in Catalan recuperar…
in Japanese ~を取り戻す, 再び手に入れる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 重新获得, 恢复, 收回…
(Definition of regain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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