Definition of regroup
- regroup military forces
Members of the search party will regroup in the morning.
The general regrouped his forces after the retreat.
Let's regroup and try this again.
Wait a minute. I need to regroup.
The coach called a time-out to give his players time to regroup.
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: to form into a group again
: to stop for a short time and prepare yourself before you continue doing something that is difficult : to stop and think, reorganize, etc., before continuing
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