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pack sth in

phrasal verb with pack
 
 
/pæk/ verb [T]
to manage to include a lot of things in a short time: We're only in New York for a day so we need to pack in a lot of meetings.
informal to stop doing something because you have not been successful or do not want to continue: I'm determined to pack in work before I'm 60. I've been doing this job for twenty years and it's time to pack it in.
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