transitive verb-·aged, -·ag·ing
Linda's trick to make it appear as if her treats are homemade is to repackage store bought cookies into a tin and tie it with a pretty bow.
An example of repackage is removing the plastic wrapper on an item to be gifted and wrapping it in nice paper.
transitive verbre·pack·aged, re·pack·ag·ing, re·pack·ag·es
(third-person singular simple present repackages, present participle repackaging, simple past and past participle repackaged)
- To package again, to give new packaging to.
- Wholesale suppliers usually receive a large quantity of rings from the manufacturer, and they repackage these gemstone rings in smaller groups to sell to other businesses.
- This can work to your advantage because stores are not allowed to repackage and sell them at full price.
- While some manufacturers may repackage or reprocess foods, Orijen never does.