recapture

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to capture something for a second or subsequent time, especially after a loss

New engine designs permit the vehicle to recapture the kinetic energy lost through braking.

The act of capturing again

The recapture of the escaped prisoner made the news.

to capture again
{v} to take what has been before taken
{n} a taking of what has been taken before
A process by which a ceding company takes back from a reinsurer some or all ceded business
When people recapture something that they have lost to a competitor, they get it back again. I believe that he would be the best possibility to recapture the centre vote in the forthcoming election
With respect to reinsurance, the action of a ceding company in taking back insurance previously ceded to a reinsurer
The rate of interest necessary to provide for the return of an investment Not to be confused with interest rate which is a rate of interest on an investment
Money regained that was part of the original investment, upon the sale of the investment
experience anew; "She could not recapture that feeling of happiness"
{f} retake, repossess
the act of taking something back a legal seizure by the government of profits beyond a fixed amount capture again; "recapture the escaped prisoner"
When soldiers recapture an area of land or a place, they gain control of it again from an opposing army who had taken it from them. They said the bodies were found when rebels recaptured the area. Recapture is also a noun. an offensive to be launched for the recapture of the city
A provision in a contract that allows one party to recover (recapture) some degree of possession of an asset, such as a share of the profits derived from some property
Amount of depreciation or section 179 deduction that must be reported as ordinary income when property is sold at a gain
take back by force, as after a battle; "The military forces managed to recapture the fort
A clause in a lease agreement providing for lessor's retaking or recovering possession of the premises, usually by cancellation of the lease under certain conditions
The act of retaking or recovering by capture; especially, the retaking of a prize or goods from a captor
That which is captured back; a prize retaken
capture again; "recapture the escaped prisoner"
To recapture a person or animal which has escaped from somewhere means to catch them again. Police have recaptured Alan Lord, who escaped from a police cell in Bolton. Recapture is also a noun. the recapture of a renegade police chief in Panama
When you recapture something such as an experience, emotion, or a quality that you had in the past, you experience it again. When something recaptures an experience for you, it makes you remember it. He couldn't recapture the form he'd shown in getting to the semi-final
The inclusion of a previously deducted or excluded amount in gross income or tax liability Recapture may be applicable to accelerated depreciation, cost recovery, amortization, and various credits
take back by force, as after a battle; "The military forces managed to recapture the fort"
A tax policy which ensures that back taxes are paid on the true market value of land when it is developed
  The NMTC will be recaptured if, at any time during the 7-year period following a qualified equity investment
That portion of the gain from the sale of real estate that is taxed at ordinary income tax rates Calculated as the difference between the accelerated depreciation taken and the straightline depreciation that would have been allowed
a legal seizure by the government of profits beyond a fixed amount
To capture again; to retake
the act of taking something back
to capture something that has escaped before
take up anew; "The author recaptures an old idea here"
the act of taking something back a legal seizure by the government of profits beyond a fixed amount capture again; "recapture the escaped prisoner" take up anew; "The author recaptures an old idea here" experience anew; "She could not recapture that feeling of happiness" take back by force, as after a battle; "The military forces managed to recapture the fort
The undoing of a tax benefit if certain requirements are not met in future years For example: (1) The low-income housing credit may be recaptured or added back to tax if the credit property ceases to be used as low-income housing for a minimum number of years (2) The alimony deduction may be retroactively lost or recaptured if payments do not continue at the requisite level for a minimum number of years
recaptured
past of recapture
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