pack sth with sth/sb Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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pack sth with sth/sb

phrasal verb with pack
 
 
/pæk/ verb [T]
to fill something with things or people of a particular type: We have packed the conference with an exciting line-up of interesting speakers. When president of the Society, he had packed the committee with his supporters.
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