rerack

verb
re·rack | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈrak \
variants: or re-rack
reracked or re-racked; reracking or re-racking

Definition of rerack 

transitive verb

1 : to place (something) back in or on a rack reracked the billiard balls Problem: People who pile heavy weights onto bars or machines, use the equipment for a long period of time and don't re-rack weights.The Denver (Colorado) Post

2 : to prepare (a recorded video or audio segment) for replaying especially during a broadcast I think we can watch it one more time. Claude, go ahead and rerack that. —Rick Sanchez

First Known Use of rerack

1848, in the meaning defined above

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