re-captured[ ree-kap-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-captured
Synonyms for re-captured
- get back
- bring back
- catch up
- make good
- obtain again
- take back
- win back
Antonyms for re-captured
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-CAPTURED
They re-captured the sole traverse the enemy had been able to take from them.
It was found necessary to send for reinforcements if the trench was to be re-captured.
Sweden had captured Norway, but now Norway re-captured Sweden.
Finally it was re-captured by a mere cavalry patrol of the Turks.
It was while attempting this that they were seen by a German patrol and re-captured.
She leading, and the two re-captured whalers following, they stood towards it.
But we were now drawing through the water, and as the re-captured vessels were three miles ahead of us, there was nothing to fear.
List of Grilse marked after having spawned, and re-captured as Salmon, on their second ascent from the Sea.
John Coleby alias “Jack Sheppard,” who had recently broken out of gaol, had been re-captured.
Con was arrested, escaped, was re-captured, and sent a prisoner to Dublin.