Definition of repackage
: to package again or anew; specifically : to put into a more efficient or attractive form
Examples of repackage in a Sentence
Large pieces of meat are cut and repackaged at the butcher's shop.
repackage newspaper comic strips as books
TV studios repackage real-life dramas as entertainment.
Recent Examples of repackage from the Web
At a Village Board committee meeting Tuesday, Jamey Behringer, the company's chief executive, told trustees that the company would not be doing any manufacturing at the site, but would cut and repackage plastic coverings.
By allowing Harvesters to repackage bulk products into family-sized bags, the room makes a monumental difference in reducing food waste, communications manager Gene Hallinan said.
For several years, Harvesters — The Community Food Network couldn’t handle and repackage bulk food in its warehouse because of safety regulations.
Fillon, like Prime Minister Theresa May in Britain, wanted to repackage nationalist policies into more acceptable language.
Getting the SEC’s blessing would probably allow a range of mutual-fund managers to repackage their products into ETFs without giving away their proprietary trading strategies to copycats.
His great talent was to take tiny grains of information in reports and proposals, repackage them as official European policy and present them as part of a broad narrative about Brussels’s risibility.
Derivatives, options, credit default swaps, margin calls, shorts were inventive new ways to repackage money, some of which resulted in the near-collapse of our financial system.
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Definition of repackage for English Language Learners
: to put (something) into a new package
: to present (something) to the public in a new or more attractive way
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