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English definition of “pack”

pack

noun [C] (GROUP)    /pæk/
B2 a group, set, or collection of something: The information pack consists of a brochure and a map.Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures C2 a group of animals, such as dogs, that live and/or hunt together: a wolf pack a pack of wild dogsAnimal groupings an organized group of children who are brownies or cubs: My uncle was the leader of my Cub pack.Named organizations and societies and their members (US also deck) a set of playing cards: a pack of cardsPlaying cards mainly disapproving a group of similar people, especially one that contains people whose activities you do not approve of: a pack of thieves A pack of journalists was waiting outside the White House. → See also gangGroups of people
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