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pack up (sth)

UK informal
phrasal verb with pack uk   us   /pæk/ verb
to stop working or doing another regular activity: She packed up her job, and went off to Australia. [+ -ing verb] It's time you packed up smoking.
Translations of “pack up (sth)”
in Chinese (Traditional) 停止工作,停止(做某事)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 停止工作,停止(做某事)…
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