Pronunciation of Re-Gained
/ɹˌiːɡˈe͡ɪnd/, /ɹˌiːɡˈeɪnd/, /ɹ_ˌiː_ɡ_ˈeɪ_n_d/
Antonyms for re-gained:
destroy, penalize, end, miss, unhealthy, disregard, ignore, waste, cease, restrain, ruin, discourage, antique, decrease, dissuade, injure, relinquish, complete, impaired, forfeit, missed, deprive, depress, dismiss, dull, remain, finish, halt, endanger, precede, take, fail, lose, dodge, deteriorate, imprison, kill, decline, imperil, hurt, dropped, keep, avoid, leave alone, confine, hold, wane, incarcerate, spend, weaken, ill, neglect, limit, mislay, stop, give, diminish, harm, dissatisfy, shun, offer, Sicker, downslide, damage, abandon, lost, refuse, break, cancel, reject, worsen.
Synonyms for re-gained:
augment, better, build up, call up, draft, engage, enlist, enroll, fill up, impress, improve, induct, levy, mobilize, muster, obtain, procure, proselytize, raise, reanimate, recuperate, refresh, reinforce, renew, replenish, revive, select, sign on, sign up, strengthen, supply, take on, win over, take in, round up, call to arms, store up, find human resources.
brace, bring around, brush up, cheer, cool, enliven, exhilarate, freshen, inspirit, jog, modernize, prod, prompt, quicken, recreate, reinvigorate, rejuvenate, renovate, resuscitate, revitalize, revivify, stimulate, update, vivify, breathe new life into.
achieve, attain, compass, gain, get well, reach, recapture, reclaim, recoup, recover, recruit, redeem, repossess, retake, retrieve, save, take back, win back, Reattain, return to, make well, reacquire, get out from under, reach again.
alter, back up, displace, follow, give back, mend, oust, patch, reconstitute, redress, reestablish, restitute, ring, shift, sub, substitute, succeed, supersede, supplant, take out, take over, fill in, stand in, sit in, ring in, front for, outplace, pinch hit for, stand in lieu of, step into shoes of, swap places, take over from.
conserve, disembarrass, disentangle, get out, hold over, keep, preserve, protect, retain, safeguard, spring, unleash, unloose, bail one out, get off the hook, get out of hock, give a break, pull out of the fire, save life of.