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package

noun /ˈpӕkidʒ/
things wrapped up and tied (for posting etc); a parcel
paquete
a package of books.
packaging noun the containers or materials used to wrap products which are sold in shops/stores
Envase
If you spot an item which you think has excessive packaging, you can complain about it.
the process of wrapping goods or putting them into containers so that they can be sold in shops/stores
Envase
(also adjective) a packaging company.
package deal noun a set of proposals that must all be accepted together by all the parties to an agreement
paquete, acuerdo global
Another part of the package deal is the entitlement to paid holidays.
package holiday noun ( package tour) a holiday or tour for which one pays the organizer a fixed price which includes everything (travel, hotel, food etc)
viaje organizado
It is cheaper to go on a package holiday.
(Definition of package from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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