OTHER WORDS FROM repackagere·pack·ag·er, noun
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In the endless search for hype, the Golden Arches has had better luck repackaging its consistent menu with in-demand celebrities like Travis Scott or BTS than it ever will with a mustard-mayo sauce, no matter how delicious it is.The Arch Deluxe Was a Hell of a Burger. It Was Also McDonald’s Most Expensive Flop.|Jeremy Glass|July 23, 2021|Eater
Each stage went live with the sunrise every morning and was then repackaged into a two-hour prime-time show.My Dad’s Last Tour de France|Ian Dille|June 28, 2021|Outside Online
In the same way OAN repackages propaganda as news, this media ecosystem provides a veneer of objective analysis to the visceral core of the fraud belief system.The alarming downward spiral of the election-fraud conspiracy theory|Philip Bump|June 24, 2021|Washington Post
The video has never truly gone away, dying down on one platform only to reemerge in some form, often memed and repackaged, the employee said.
You had agencies and ad tech vendors collecting our data, reusing, repackaging and monetizing it.
Shih says she hopes to repackage the system for use in future disaster zones.Text In to Help Hurricane Sandy Victims|Nina Strochlic|November 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The President can repackage and brand many of the programs in the stimulus.Making the Stimulus Sexy|Adam Hanft|February 21, 2009|DAILY BEAST