He hadn't completely regained his strength.
| quickly, rapidly | gradually, slowly | eventually, finally | never
He was severely injured and never regained consciousness.
VERB + REGAIN
fight to, struggle to, try to
The team are struggling to regain last season's form.
| be desperate to, be determined to, hope to
He was determined to regain what his father had lost.
| help sb (to) | manage to | be unable to, fail to
an attempt/a bid/an effort to regain sth
He is making a bid to regain his World No 1 ranking.
| a chance/an opportunity to regain sth
a chance to regain the lead in the contest
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