Meaning of “regroup” in the English Dictionary

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"regroup" in American English

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regroupverb [ I/T ]

us /riˈɡrup/

to organize again in order to make a new effort, esp. after a defeat:

[ I ] They lost their first game, but then regrouped and beat Detroit and Hartford.

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"regroup" in Business English

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regroupverb [ I or T ]

uk /ˌriːˈɡruːp/ us

MANAGEMENT to change the structure of an organization or a group of people to make it more successful, especially when there have been problems:

It was a financial setback that forced them to regroup.
They need time to recover, regroup, and come up with a new strategy.

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