[ 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
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Examples from the Web for repackage
Shih says she hopes to repackage the system for use in future disaster zones.
The President can repackage and brand many of the programs in the stimulus.
/ (riːˈpækɪdʒ) /
to wrap or put (something) in a package again
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