Definition of recarry in English:

recarry

verb

  • 1with object To carry, bear, or convey back or again. Frequently in "to carry and recarry".

  • 2with object To retake or reclaim (a town, position, ship, etc.) from the enemy by military assault. Now chiefly: to regain (a district, etc.) in an election.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Rolls of Parliament. From re- + carry. Compare Middle French rapporter, classical Latin reportāre.

Pronunciation

recarry

/ˌriːˈkari/