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recapture

1. verb win back (territory etc) 2. verb catch (escaped person, animal)3. verb regain (something lost) 4. verb replicate (feeling, quality) 5. noun of territory etc6. noun of escaped person, animal 1 verb win back (territory etc) TRANSITIVEathghabh verb  c m uhe'd recaptured the city bhí an chathair athghafa aige, bhí athghabháil déanta ar an gcathair aige, bhí seilbh faighte aige ar an gcathair an athuair 2 verb catch (escaped person, animal) TRANSITIVEathghabh verb  c m uhe recaptured the prisoner ghabh sé an príosúnach arísthey recaptured the ponies rug siad ar na pónaithe arís
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3 verb regain (something lost) TRANSITIVEfaigh ar aisto recapture some of the market greim a fháil ar chuid den mhargadh arísI'll never recapture that ní bhfaighidh mé é sin ar ais go deo 4 verb replicate (feeling, quality) TRANSITIVEto recapture a feeling mothú a fháil ar aishe was trying to recapture the magic of the first album bhí sé ag iarraidh breith ar an draíocht a bhain leis an gcéad albam 5 noun of territory etcathghabháil fem3  c m uthe recapture of the city athghabháil na cathrach 6 noun of escaped person, animal athghabháil fem3  c m uafter our recapture tar éis dúinn bheith gafa an athuairrecapture often meant death ba mhinic an bás i ndán dóibh siúd a gabhadh an athuair