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I think normally the prefix "r(e)" changes somewhat the meaning of a verb but in this case both seem to have the same meaning, figuratively used.

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"S'accrocher" means "holding fast, not giving up". "Se raccrocher" is more negative, a plan B: when things go wrong you focus on your dreams as your lifejacket.

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