Definitions

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  • verb transitive To place in another bag.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ bag

Examples

  • Then we'd have to rebag everything and send them up to Bellevue hospital where they did the DNA testing and that kind of thing....

    Brigid Brett: Small Ceremonies

  • Then we'd have to rebag everything and send them up to Bellevue hospital where they did the DNA testing and that kind of thing....

    Brigid Brett: Small Ceremonies

  • Then we'd have to rebag everything and send them up to Bellevue hospital where they did the DNA testing and that kind of thing....

    Brigid Brett: Small Ceremonies

  • He snatched up the last of the garbage and stuffed it in the can, intending to come out later to rebag it.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • I need to find out the brand of flour PA Mac is selling-as they rebag into 5lbs from larger amounts, and don't label brands.

    Toast:

  • I need to find out the brand of flour PA Mac is selling-as they rebag into 5lbs from larger amounts, and don't label brands.

    Sicilian Gold Part I

  • I need to find out the brand of flour PA Mac is selling-as they rebag into 5lbs from larger amounts, and don't label brands.

    The Bread Question

  • To the extent possible, rebag food which arrives in damaged packages and/or segregate food which is suspected of being unfit at the time it is received.

    1. General

  • And everytime the pulled the curtain on the scene the ASM's would sweep up the paper wads and rebag those fuckers and resell them to the same drunk idiots and that was the entire night and nobody wanted it to end.

    The DCeiver

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