repeg


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repeg

(ˌriːˈpɛɡ)
vb (tr)
to stabilize again (the price of a commodity, exchange rate, etc) by legislation or market operations
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"It was so cold that sleeping bags made little difference, and so windy that we had to get out of the tent several times a night and repeg it to stop it blowing away."
Groups including IPC, USPCA and the Fair Currency Alliance are hoping a second Bush administration will put pressure on China to move toward a free-floating currency, or at least repeg the yuan at a more equitable rate.
Never off duty, he is known to help visitors repeg tents that have come loose in the wind or put travellers up overnight if they are stranded.