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Definition of "regrouping" [regrouping]

  • Present participle of regroup. (verb)
  • A new grouping. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "regrouping" in a sentence
  • "Let us say that NATO goes forward with what you call regrouping, what others call tactical retreat."
  • "I’m just in regrouping mode here, and have been for about a year."
  • "'Better Than Therapy', a fascinating 52-minute documentary on the Police reunion, is included with the concert and it dramatically illustrates the group dynamics and hard-won concessions that came into play before the regrouping was a go."