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prepack

[ noun pree-pak; verb pree-pak ]
/ noun ˈpriˌpæk; verb priˈpæk /
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noun

a package assembled by a manufacturer, distributor, or retailer and containing a specific number of items or a specific assortment of sizes, colors, flavors, etc., of a product.

verb (used with object)

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Origin of prepack

First recorded in 1955–60; pre- + pack1
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