verb (used with object), regrated, regrating.
to buy up (grain, provisions, etc.) in order to sell again at a profit in or near the same market.
to sell again (commodities so bought); retail.
verb (used with object), regrated, regrating.
to dress or tool (existing stonework) anew.
verb (transitive)
to buy up (commodities) in advance so as to raise their price for profitable resale
to resell (commodities so purchased); retail
(building trades) to redress the surface of (hewn stonework)


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