Definition of repack in English:

repack

Syllabification: re·pack
Pronunciation: /ˌrēˈpak
 
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verb

[with object]
  • 1Pack (a suitcase or bag) again.
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    • He had brought all of Claire's things, having had to repack some of them.
    • She ran upstairs, repacked her suitcase.
    • The security guards were satisfied and told me to repack everything.
  • 1.1Pack (objects) differently in a container.
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    • I revisited the box during the garage renovation, got rid of the old outmoded food, repacked the essentials.
    • The remaining specimens were repacked in flats, with the best flats being sold for $25 each.
    • The easiest way to store them this way is to repack your bottles in the type of wooden cases they were originally shipped in.

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