from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. An individual or company that repackages a product.


repackage +‎ -er (Wiktionary)


  • What I'd like to know is whether DC had a British repackager the same way Marvel did.

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  • But given the group's exposure to the crunch's trouble spots, as a writer and repackager of U.S. mortgages and a big player in leveraged loans, they don't look so bad.

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  • Denver-based Freshpack, founded in 2000, is a distributor and value-added repackager of fresh fruits and vegetables serving retail stores, food-service organizations and wholesale customers.

    National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals

  • The Law & Order impresario and preeminent brand repackager has not one but TWO comedy scripts in development at NBC.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Wisconsin Public Radio - Federal Propaganda Dispenser, and repackager / reseller of commercial media.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • • Today, a mortgage originator usually sells the mortgage to a mortgage repackager, who accumulates them into mortgage pools.

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  • (And yes, I'm aware of the irony of this all coming from the guy who recently encouraged people to give a second listen to Creed, a band whose existence and popularity served, in large part, as a refutation of Cobain's project and legacy: To say that Scott Stapp, a bellowing repackager of grunge as a bludgeoning, Christian-motivational medium, wasn't a miserable blight on the culture, is to suggest that Kurt Cobain didn't matter as much as we wanted him to.)

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