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re·group

 (rē-gro͞op′)
v. re·grouped, re·group·ing, re·groups
v.tr.
1. To arrange in a new grouping.
2. To put back together in a tactical formation, as after a dispersal in a retreat.
v.intr.
1. To come together again in a group.
2. To come back together in a tactical formation, as after a dispersal in a retreat.
3.
a. To reorganize for renewed effort, as after a temporary setback.
b. To recollect one's composure and focus for a renewed effort: The pitcher regrouped and struck out the side in the next inning.

regroup

(riːˈɡruːp)
vb
1. (Military) to reorganize (military forces), esp after an attack or a defeat
2. (tr) to rearrange into a new grouping or groupings
3. (intr) to consider using different tactics after a setback in a contest or argument

re•group

(riˈgrup)

v.t.
1. to form into a new or restructured group or grouping.
v.i.
2. to become reorganized in order to make a fresh start.
3. Mil. to become organized in a new tactical formation.
[1880–85]
re•group′ment, n.

regroup


Past participle: regrouped
Gerund: regrouping

Imperative
regroup
regroup
Present
I regroup
you regroup
he/she/it regroups
we regroup
you regroup
they regroup
Preterite
I regrouped
you regrouped
he/she/it regrouped
we regrouped
you regrouped
they regrouped
Present Continuous
I am regrouping
you are regrouping
he/she/it is regrouping
we are regrouping
you are regrouping
they are regrouping
Present Perfect
I have regrouped
you have regrouped
he/she/it has regrouped
we have regrouped
you have regrouped
they have regrouped
Past Continuous
I was regrouping
you were regrouping
he/she/it was regrouping
we were regrouping
you were regrouping
they were regrouping
Past Perfect
I had regrouped
you had regrouped
he/she/it had regrouped
we had regrouped
you had regrouped
they had regrouped
Future
I will regroup
you will regroup
he/she/it will regroup
we will regroup
you will regroup
they will regroup
Future Perfect
I will have regrouped
you will have regrouped
he/she/it will have regrouped
we will have regrouped
you will have regrouped
they will have regrouped
Future Continuous
I will be regrouping
you will be regrouping
he/she/it will be regrouping
we will be regrouping
you will be regrouping
they will be regrouping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been regrouping
you have been regrouping
he/she/it has been regrouping
we have been regrouping
you have been regrouping
they have been regrouping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been regrouping
you will have been regrouping
he/she/it will have been regrouping
we will have been regrouping
you will have been regrouping
they will have been regrouping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been regrouping
you had been regrouping
he/she/it had been regrouping
we had been regrouping
you had been regrouping
they had been regrouping
Conditional
I would regroup
you would regroup
he/she/it would regroup
we would regroup
you would regroup
they would regroup
Past Conditional
I would have regrouped
you would have regrouped
he/she/it would have regrouped
we would have regrouped
you would have regrouped
they would have regrouped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.regroup - organize anew, as after a setback
form, organize, organise - create (as an entity); "social groups form everywhere"; "They formed a company"
2.regroup - reorganize into new groups
group - arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
Translations

regroup

[ˈriːˈgruːp]
A. VTreagrupar (Mil) → reorganizar
B. VIreagruparse (Mil) → reorganizarse

regroup

[ˌriːˈgruːp]
vt (MILITARY) [+ forces] → regrouper
vi
(MILITARY)se regrouper
(= rally, pull o.s. together) [sports team] → se ressaisir

regroup

visich umgruppieren, sich neu gruppieren

regroup

[ˌriːˈgruːp]
1. viraggrupparsi (di nuovo)
2. vtraggruppare (di nuovo)
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