regain  取り戻す

August 28, 2014 =========
☆ regain  取り戻す
When you “regain” something, you get back what you have lost. This word is often used with things that are not tangible. For example, if you lost your handbag, you wouldn’t say “I regained my handbag” you would simply say, “I found my handbag” or “I got my handbag back.” Regain is used for more intangible concepts like “control” and “dignity” and “composure”.
Here are some examples of how to use it:
The teacher tried hard to regain control of the noisy students.
She tried to regain her composure after seeing her ex-boyfriend with another woman.
After she fell, it was a few moments before she regained consciousness.
He admitted that the scandal made it hard to regain his dignity.
She took a moment to regain herself.
Can you use it in a sentence?