(transitive) to relaunch (a product) under a new name, brand, or logo
[beyt] /beɪt/ noun 1. food, or some substitute, used as a lure in fishing, trapping, etc. 2. a poisoned lure used in exterminating pests. 3. an allurement; enticement: Employees were lured with the bait of annual bonuses. 4. an object for pulling molten or liquefied material, as glass, from a vat or the like by […]
verb to restore balance or equilibrium to something Usage Note rebalance n
[ree-bahr] /ˈriˌbɑr/ noun, Building Trades Informal. 1. a steel bar or rod used to reinforce concrete. n. also re-bar, “steel reinforcing rod in concrete,” 1961, from re(inforced) bar. reinforcing bar
[ree-bahr-buh-tiv] /riˈbɑr bə tɪv/ adjective 1. causing annoyance, irritation, or aversion; repellent. /rɪˈbɑːbətɪv/ adjective 1. fearsome; forbidding adj. “repellent, unattractive,” 1885, from French rébarbatif (14c.), from barbe “beard,” from Latin barba (see barb (n.)).