repackage

[ ree-pak-ij ]
/ riˈpæk ɪdʒ /

verb (used with object), re·pack·aged, re·pack·ag·ing.

to package again or afresh, as in a different style, design, or size: The soap has been repackaged to be more eye-catching.
to package for sale under one's own label: The goods are purchased in bulk and repackaged by the store.
to remake or alter so as to be more appealing or desirable: That politician's image needs to be repackaged.

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Origin of repackage

First recorded in 1945–50; re- + package

OTHER WORDS FROM repackage

re·pack·ag·er, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for repackage

repackage
/ (riːˈpækɪdʒ) /

verb (tr)

to wrap or put (something) in a package again
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