Definition of repack in English:

repack

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Pack (a suitcase or bag) again.

    • ‘They repacked the basket and settled down with cereal and juice.’
    • ‘Sheryl moved through the house, packing and repacking the bag she was getting ready for her daughter and granddaughter.’
    • ‘Tears streamed down her face as she repacked her saddlebags.’
    • ‘Jacob and I repacked our saddlebags, making room for the kids' extra clothes.’
    • ‘Then she repacked her carpetbag and took it out of the crate.’
    • ‘Liz closed the book, repacked the box, and slid it back under her bed.’
    • ‘He packed, broke down and repacked his medical pack to get the right mix of medical supplies and equipment.’
    • ‘I repacked some boxes and then turned to one which had Tamara's clothes in it.’
    • ‘On their first day in the capital she immediately repacked their bags the minute she heard a volley of gunshots.’
    • ‘She gave up her search for a switch and began repacking their bags, unable to discriminate clothing in the dim light.’
    • ‘She repacked her bag so that her jacket was on top of the book; then she swung the backpack onto her shoulders as she went forth to join the Shrewsburys.’
    • ‘Finally, he sealed the jar, repacked it, and sent the suitcase on its way.’
    • ‘Claire opened the purse and pulled out her house keys and wallet before repacking the bag and setting it back down next to her.’
    • ‘In record time we had changed and were repacking our bags having to leave behind all except the bare essentials.’
    • ‘Bent double under their loads, the savants spend hours unpacking and repacking their sacks whenever they meet each other.’
    • ‘She finished the last binding, tying it neatly, and then repacked her kit.’
    • ‘Early the next morning, I repack my bag, folding tiny blades of grass into my clothes and equipment.’
    • ‘They dressed hastily, got their weapons and hastily repacked their bags.’
    • ‘She sorted through her books and repacked her backpack, poured a travel mug full of Irish Breakfast tea, and left for her day.’
    • ‘During a routine business trip, security personnel insisted on completely unpacking and repacking all of his carry-on bags.’

Pronunciation

repack

/riːˈpak/