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English definition of “pack”

pack

verb [T] (FILL)   /pæk/
to fill a space, or to crowd people or things together, esp. in large numbers: [T] People packed Times Square, waiting for the new year to begin. The cooler was packed with cans of soda. fig. How much can you pack into a short vacation? packed    /pækt/ adjective Several people in the packed courtroom were crying.
(Definition of pack verb (FILL) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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