Meaning of RECAPTURE in English

re ‧ cap ‧ ture /riːˈkæptʃə $ -ər/ BrE AmE verb [transitive]

1 . to bring back the same feelings or qualities that you experienced in the past:

The film really recaptures the atmosphere of those days.

2 . to catch a prisoner or animal that has escaped:

He was recaptured after nearly two weeks on the run.

3 . to take control of a place again by fighting for it SYN retake :

an attempt to recapture the city

—recapture noun [uncountable]

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