Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rebag.

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Examples

  • · Repackage bagged food by stitching or taping torn bags, placing the damaged bag inside a new bag, or rebagging the food entirely.

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  • For years a practise obtained of rebagging certain Central American growths in New York.

    All About Coffee

  • The expense of reconditioning and rebagging is generally borne by the marine insurance companies.

    All About Coffee

  • Everlastingly, there was a tackle over the after-hatch and everlastingly the watch on deck were pulling up, spreading out, picking over, rebagging, and lowering down again, some part of that lot of potatoes.

    'Twixt Land and Sea

  • Eventually Dangote went from importing and rebagging cement to production as well; he was awarded the government's then state-owned cement business and began building his own plant in 2003.

    Forbes.com: News

  • As he’s rebagging the evidence, Pinsker keels, the glass shatters, and blood flies everywhere.

    206 BONES

  • As he’s rebagging the evidence, Pinsker keels, the glass shatters, and blood flies everywhere.

    206 BONES

  • As he’s rebagging the evidence, Pinsker keels, the glass shatters, and blood flies everywhere.

    206 BONES

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