Bedeutung von “pack” — Learner’s Dictionary

pack

verb us uk /pæk/
Extra Examples
Can you help me to pack my suitcase?He packed his bags and left.We've packed most of our belongings, there are just a few bits and pieces left.She always packs her things at the last minute.Sanjay spent hours packing.
THINGS IN BAGS [ I, T ]

A2 to put your things into bags or boxes when you are going on holiday or leaving the place where you live:

I've got to go home and pack.
to pack your bags
→ Opposite unpack
CROWD [ T ]

If people pack a place, there are so many of them in it that it is very crowded:

Thousands of fans packed the club.

(Definition von “pack verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)