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regain

US [rɪˈɡeɪn]
UK [rɪ'ɡeɪn]
  • n.恢复;复得;收复;收回
  • v.重新获得;回到(原位);返回
  • Web回潮率;夺回
Simple Present:regains  Present Participle:regaining  Past Tense:regained  
regain
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v.
1.
~ sth
重新获得,恢复(能力或品质等)to get back sth you no longer have, especially an ability or a quality
I struggled to regain some dignity.
我努力恢复自己的一点儿尊严。
The party has regained control of the region.
这一政党重新获得了这个地区的控制权。
She paused on the edge, trying to regain her balance .
她在边缘上暂停下来,努力恢复平衡。
He did not regain consciousness(= wake up after being unconscious) for several days.
他好几天都没有恢复知觉。
2.
~ sth
回到(原位);返回to get back to a place that you have left
They finally managed to regain the beach.
他们最后终于回到了海滩。

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