One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1with object To put into, or on board, a ship again; to transfer to another ship; to transport back or elsewhere by ship.
2with object Originally US. To transport back or elsewhere by rail, road, or air; to dispatch (goods) by these means for a second or subsequent time. Also occasionally without object. Compare "ship".
3with object To set in position, fix up, again, especially on a ship or boat.
Early 17th century. From re- + ship. Compare earlier reshipping and the foreign-language forms cited at that entry. Compare earlier unship.
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