Definition of repack in English:

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repack

Pronunciation: /riːˈpak/

verb

[with object]
Pack (a suitcase or bag) again.
Example sentences
  • Sheryl moved through the house, packing and repacking the bag she was getting ready for her daughter and granddaughter.
  • In record time we had changed and were repacking our bags having to leave behind all except the bare essentials.
  • She repacked her bag so that her jacket was on top of the book; then she swung the backpack onto her shoulders as she went forth to join the Shrewsburys.

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