[re.cap.ture] n (1752) 1 a: the act of retaking b: an instance of being retaken
2: the retaking of a prize or goods under international law
3: a government seizure under law of earnings or profits beyond a fixed amount
recapture vt (1799) 1 a: to capture again b: to experience again "by no effort of the imagination could she ~ the ecstasy --Ellen Glasgow"
2: to take (as a portion of earnings or profits above a fixed amount) by law or through negotiations under law