Definitions of "recapture"
  1. The act of seizing something that was once under control, once again
  2. The act of gaining back or taking possession of something, as sanctioned by law or mutual agreement
  3. A procedure or operation that involves recovering something previously controlled or possessed
  4. A figured quantity or value that has been regained or taken back
How to use "recapture" in a sentence
  1. The law enforcement agency managed to recapture the escaped convict within 48 hours.
  2. In the contract, they agreed to a clause that allowed the company to recapture any excess profits made beyond the stipulated limit.
  3. The recapture of the capital was seen as a major victory in the war.
  4. The company successfully executed a recapture of its intellectual property rights from the infringing entity.

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