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Translation of "pack" - English-Spanish dictionary

pack

noun /pӕk/
things tied up together or put in a container, especially to be carried on one’s back
fardo, bulto
He carried his luggage in a pack on his back.
a set of (fifty-two) playing-cards
baraja
a pack of cards.
a number or group of certain animals
manada
a pack of wolves.
a packet
paquete, cajetilla (cigarrillos)
a pack of cigarettes.
packing noun the act of putting things in bags, cases etc
preparación de las maletas
He has done his packing tonight as he is leaving in the morning.
the materials (paper, string etc ) used to wrap things for posting etc
envoltorio, embalaje
He unwrapped the vase and threw away the packing.
packing case noun a (large) wooden box in which goods are packed and sent from place to place
caja de embalar
All the packing cases were loaded onto the removals van.
packed (out) adjective containing as many people as possible
abarrotado, atestado, de bote en bote, repleto
The concert hall/meeting was packed (out).
packed lunch noun (British) food such as sandwiches and fruit that someone takes with them to school or work to eat for lunch.
Almuerzo Empaquetado
pack off phrasal verb to send away, usually quickly and without wasting time
despachar, mandar
They packed the children off to bed early.
pack up phrasal verb to put into containers in order to take somewhere else
empaquetar, embalar
She packed up the contents of her house.
to stop working or operating
averiarse, pararse
We’d only gone five miles when the engine packed up.
(Definition of pack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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