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.
- prep school,
Origin of prepackage
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Examples from the Web for prepackaged
Americans spend only about 10% of their after-tax incomes on food of all kinds, including restaurant meals and prepackaged foods.
And we saw or heard about the exotically named preprocessed and prepackaged food, about the pastimes of the troops.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin