rebag

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re- +‎ bag

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rebag (third-person singular simple present rebags, present participle rebagging, simple past and past participle rebagged)

  1. (transitive) To place in another bag.
    • 1975, Jack Shepherd, The politics of starvation
      Other grain came in, got rebagged, shipped to Djibouti, and exported.
    • 1997, Robin Dand, The International Cocoa Trade
      All expenses incurred in connection with such rebagging shall be borne by the owner of the cocoa.

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