[with infinitive]he tried to regain his breath.
He was severely injured and never regained consciousness.
Richard's elation at regaining his health was short-lived.
God grant he will soon regain his freedom.
The boy regained the use of his arm.
The government is desperate to regain credibility with the public.
Used for testing the regain per-centage of raw cotton quickly.
Shall we regain the shore alive?
He is making a bid to regain his World No. 1 ranking.
The majority of the people in the world have regained their liberty.
It will take a lot of repair work before the theatre regains its former splendor.
When will she regain consciousness?
The team regained the trophy.
The deviation of the extrudation moisture regain obtained by the approximate equation increases with increasing of size concentration.
When the prewetting sizing has the same extrudation moisture regain of sized yarns and the same size concentration as the traditional sizing process, prewetting sizing leads to lower size pick-up.
Drink this. It'll help regain your strength.
The hungry crows soon regain their courage.
This will help her regain her strength.
24. Who helped Northup regain contact with his friends?
Yeah, but at least I'm regaining my identity.
So you could regain your power?
Mrs. Ferrion has evidently regained consciousness.
We need to regain our strength.
Once she regained her memory, she...
You need to regain your strength.
Question 25 What makes Blyton's books regain its popularity?
Oliver began to recover and slowly regain his strength.
I still haven't regained the feeling in my fingers.
Some of us are trying to regain our strength.
Wood took a moment to regain control of himself.
He may never regain full use of the limb.
And while I was relived to have regained control...
When might we reasonably expect him to regain consciousness?
You want to regain control of your little serum.
It took her a long time to regain her health.