Definition of rewrap in English:

rewrap

Syllabification: re·wrap
Pronunciation: /ˌrēˈrap
 
/

verb (rewraps, rewrapping, rewrapped)

[with object]
Wrap (something) again or differently.
More example sentences
  • The others got Christmas presents, but she was given old toys she already owned, rewrapped every year.
  • We have two people working almost 24 hours a day rewrapping parcels that have come apart in the system.
  • Tuthmosis III's mummy was rewrapped following damage by tomb robbers, then reburied in Deir el-Bahari.

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