- v. To stack again
- re- + stack (Wiktionary)
“You raise a good point: the restack is a necessary part of the whole transition.”
“Labor to restack and relabel went on the books as a local expense.”
“Retaining the hands-on approach that dates back to his market days, he had taken it upon himself to restack a display the week before, a salesgirl confides.”
“I have had to restack my load a number of times because a deer ran out in front of me.”
“Maybe he can restack the books (both of 'em) at his forthcoming Presidential Library and Rest Home for the Terminally Stupid.”
“The effect of a restack in terms of new aerials, retuning, is the same no matter when you do it.”
““Not really — if they restack after analogue transmissions have stopped, the effect is nil, which the Oz effectively ignores.””
“Actually, that would only happen under one very specific set of circumstances: if the government decides to “restack” the spare space between channels to create more valuable spectrum and decides to do that before the digital TV switchover is fully completed.”
“So governments look to restack the digital frequencies, to create big blocks of clear spectrum.”
“Not really — if they restack after analogue transmissions have stopped, the effect is nil, which the Oz effectively ignores.”
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