verb. ['riːˈkæptʃɝ'] experience anew.
Words that Rhyme with Recapture
Example sentences of the word recapture
1. Noun, singular or mass
If they were also depreciated, you could also have to pay depreciation recapture tax on them.
2. Verb, base form
Stories provide a means to distinguish a product and recapture the attention consumers no longer give to most marketing.
Quotes containing the word recapture
1. The only faithfulness people have is to emotions they're trying to recapture
- Norman Mailer
verb. ['riːˈkæptʃɝ'] take up anew.
- pull out
noun. ['riːˈkæptʃɝ'] a legal seizure by the government of profits beyond a fixed amount.
noun. ['riːˈkæptʃɝ'] the act of taking something back.
- get off
verb. ['riːˈkæptʃɝ'] capture again.
verb. ['riːˈkæptʃɝ'] take back by force, as after a battle.