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repackage

verb re·pack·age \(ˌ)rē-ˈpa-kij\

: to put (something) into a new package

: to present (something) to the public in a new or more attractive way

Full Definition of REPACKAGE

transitive verb
:  to package again or anew; specifically :  to put into a more efficient or attractive form
re·pack·ag·er noun

Examples of REPACKAGE

  1. Large pieces of meat are cut and repackaged at the butcher's shop.
  2. repackage newspaper comic strips as books
  3. TV studios repackage real-life dramas as entertainment.

First Known Use of REPACKAGE

1899

Rhymes with REPACKAGE

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