recatch

recatch

(riːˈkætʃ)
vb (tr)
to catch (something or someone) again
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Three meters away from the wall, there is an athlete, who, at the signal, will throw the ball towards the wall and recatch it (the throwing order is from number 1 to 4).
Three meters away from the wall, there is an athlete, who, at the signal, will throw the ball towards the wall and recatch it for 30 seconds (the throwing order is from number 1 to 4).
Releasing these fish may help sustain good fishing for large fish, although, admittedly, the chance that another angler will recatch these fish is, in some environments, remote.
"We are hoping to recatch some of these employees who are working and who want to obtain a higher level," she said.
On the first trestle table, new catches are ringed and recatches have their individually numbered ring recorded.