restack

verb
re·​stack | \(ˌ)rē-ˈstak \
restacked; restacking

Definition of restack 

transitive verb

: to stack (something) again At the end of its shift, the crew unloads the sacks from the boat and restacks them on seafood trucks.— Barry Yeoman … emptying shelves, then cleaning and restacking them with what he had decided to keep.— Jess Cammack a twist of fate that restacked the deck/odds in their favor

First Known Use of restack

1815, in the meaning defined above

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