restack

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

re- +‎ stack

Verb[edit]

restack (third-person singular simple present restacks, present participle restacking, simple past and past participle restacked)

  1. To stack again
    • 2008 March 27, Kate Murphy, “Nesting With a Vengeance (and a Deadline)”, New York Times:
      She also put new shelving in every closet and the kitchen pantry, where she stacked and restacked the canned goods with precision.

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