Definition of repot in English:

repot

Line breaks: re¦pot
Pronunciation: /riːˈpɒt
 
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verb (repots, repotting, repotted)

[with object]
Put (a plant) in another pot, especially a larger one.
More example sentences
  • When I repotted the chewed-root bushes, I cut them back and added rootone and vitamin B to the soil.
  • If the soil starts drying out quickly and the roots are compacted, you'll need to pull the plant from its container, prune the roots, and repot the tree.
  • Beginner bonsai growers will be able to enjoy demonstrations on styling and repotting trees, and there will also be specialist tools available for sale.

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