When you regroup, you shuffle things around and structure or organize them in a new way. After an out-of-control day at camp, the counselors might want to regroup and make a new plan for the next day.

People tend to regroup after some kind of defeat, loss, or difficulty. Armies need to regroup after losing on the battlefield, and football teams will regroup at halftime after a difficult first half. You can also use words like reorganize or restructure, or even mobilize to substitute for the verb regroup.

Definitions of regroup
  1. verb
    organize anew, as after a setback
    synonyms: reorganise, reorganize
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    type of:
    form, organise, organize
    create (as an entity)
  2. verb
    reorganize into new groups
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    type of:
    arrange into a group or groups
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