Meaning of regrate

re•grate

Pronunciation: (ri-grāt'), [key]
— -grat•ed, -grat•ing.
  1. to buy up (grain, provisions, etc.) in order to sell again at a profit in or near the same market.
  2. to sell again (commodities so bought); retail.

re•grate

Pronunciation: (ri-grāt'), [key]
— -grat•ed, -grat•ing.
  1. to dress or tool (existing stonework) anew.
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