recouple

recouple

(riːˈkʌpəl)
vb (tr)
formal to couple (two people or things) again; reunite
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The incident allegedly took place after Amber returned to Casa Amour alone to discover she had been replaced by Michael, who had chosen to recouple.
Jonny Rudd, curator at the aquarium, said: "Just like Love Island contestants, penguins can often recouple and have their heads turned."
The love triangle came to an end in last night's episode which saw Anna dump Ovie and recouple herself with Jordan.
The latter uses an electric motor between the anti-roll bars that can decouple when driving straight to reduce roll on uneven roads, and recouple to stiffen the body in corners.
After deliberating, Georgia opted to recouple with Sam, and Wes chose Megan, who he had been trying to win back in recent days after she sparked a relationship with new boy Alex.
Georgia chose to recouple with Sam and Wes chose Megan.
But it's not the first time Adam has been in this situation - he previously ditched ex-Islander Kendall to recouple with Rosie.
Quantity: When Will GEs EPS Recouple and Align with Peers?
* Recouple with investors to rebuild investment interest and restore Ashanti's stock value.
The idea, said Brendley, is to "recouple the motion of a ship" to a simulator.
"The real fly in the ointment for California," said David Hensley, an economist at Salomon Brothers in New York in an interview with the Christian Science Monitor, "is that the longer its expansion continues, the more the state's fortunes begin to recouple with that of the nation.