— recapturable , adj.
/ree kap"cheuhr/ , v. , recaptured, recapturing , n.
1. to capture again; recover by capture; retake.
2. (of a government) to take by recapture.
3. to recollect or reexperience (something past).
4. the recovery or retaking by capture.
5. the taking by the government of a fixed part of all earnings in excess of a certain percentage of property value, as in the case of a railroad.
6. Internat. Law. the lawful reacquisition of a former possession.
7. the state or fact of being recaptured.
[ 1745-55; RE- + CAPTURE ]