to renew or change the capital of.
- Also especially British, re·cap·i·tal·ise .
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How to use recapitalize in a sentence
More fundamentally, though, if Russia’s military threat is less than we thought and is likely to be diminished at least for several years as it recapitalizes its armed forces, then it is all the more prudent for us to prioritize China in Asia.More Spending Alone Won’t Fix the Pentagon’s Biggest Problem | Elbridge A. Colby | March 28, 2022 | Time
Upward cost pressures are a product of a range of factors, including increasing personnel expenses, the need to maintain and recapitalize decades-old aging platforms, and past decisions to defer modernization.More Spending Alone Won’t Fix the Pentagon’s Biggest Problem | Elbridge A. Colby | March 28, 2022 | Time
If the goal is to recapitalize journalism at scale, it’s time to get creative.What we can learn from the Facebook-Australia news debacle | Amy Nordrum | February 20, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
British Dictionary definitions for recapitalize
to provide (a bank, financial institution, or corporation) with more capital
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