Definition of reprice in English:

reprice

Syllabification: re·price
Pronunciation: /ˌrēˈprīs
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Put a different price on (a product or commodity).
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    • The changes will increase the independence of the Cendant board and its key committees, and force the company to seek shareholder approval to reprice the stock options of corporate managers.
    • Banking deregulation, for example, did cause banks to rethink, retarget, and reprice products.
    • They found that decisions to reprice a CEO's stock options were strongly affected by both the CEO's power within his company and by the concentration of stock ownership.

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