re·ca·pit·u·late /ˌri:kəˈpɪtʃəˌleɪt/ verb re·ca·pit·u·lates; re·ca·pit·u·lat·ed; re·ca·pit·u·lat·ing
to give a brief summary of something : recap
] ▪ To recapitulate what was said earlier, we need to develop new ways to gain customers.
] ▪ We understood your point, there's no need to recapitulate.
— re·ca·pit·u·la·tion /ˌri:kəˌpɪtʃəˈleɪʃən/ noun
, plural re·ca·pit·u·la·tions
[count] ▪ She provided a recapitulation [=summary] of events leading up to this point. [noncount] ▪ His speech was so complex that recapitulation is impossible.