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repack

/riːˈpæk/
verb (transitive)
1.
to place or arrange (articles) in (a container) again or in a different way
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  • He had sent the boy-priests back to the boat to repack the baggage.

    The Huntress Hulbert Footner
  • He would clean and repack the things he was taking, he decided.

    Shaman Robert Shea
  • Hes too ashamed for utterance, Denby commented, helping him to repack his trunk.

    Under Cover Roi Cooper Megrue
  • The first thing I did was to repack all the treasures I had discovered.

    Vendetta Marie Corelli
  • I do not have to repack stored apples if they are sold early, but if not until late we have to repack.

    The Apple Various
  • I have to repack stored apples before marketing; the per cent.

    The Apple Various
  • He helped her repack the sandwiches and returned them to her saddlebag.

    The Lost Wagon James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • I have to repack stored apples, losing about one-sixth or one-eighth of them.

    The Apple Various
  • If kept as late as March, it is generally necessary to repack, but not always.

    The Apple Various
  • If apples are held any length of time, I repack, so as to be sure they are up to grade.

    The Apple Various

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