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prepackage

[ pree-pak-ij ]
/ priˈpæk ɪdʒ /
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verb (used with object), pre·pack·aged, pre·pack·ag·ing.

to package (foodstuffs or manufactured goods) before retail distribution or sale.
to combine various elements into a single unit that is offered for sale, usually at an all-inclusive price: The travel agency prepackages tours to the Middle East.

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Origin of prepackage

First recorded in 1940–45; pre- + package
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