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(Definition of parcel from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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parcelnoun [C]

 us   /ˈpɑr·səl/
an object or collection of objects wrapped in paper; a package: a food parcel
A parcel of land is an area of it: a 50-acre parcel on Lake Mead
(Definition of parcel from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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parcelnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈpɑːsəl/
UK (also package) an object or collection of objects wrapped in paper, especially so that it can be sent by post: There were several parcels waiting for her in the post room.
FINANCE a collection of things, for example investments, that are sold and bought together: The parcel of shares is worth between €2,000 and €3,000.
PROPERTY, MEASURES a unit representing an area of land that is made up of smaller parts, usually acres: A 100-acre parcel in Texas was one of five sites selected for development.
(Definition of parcel from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “parcel”
in Korean 소포…
in Arabic طَرْد…
in Malaysian bungkusan…
in French colis…
in Russian посылка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寄, 包裹,郵包…
in Italian pacco…
in Turkish paket, koli…
in Polish paczka…
in Spanish paquete…
in Vietnamese bưu kiện…
in Portuguese pacote…
in Thai พัสดุ…
in German das Päckchen…
in Catalan paquet…
in Japanese 小包…
in Chinese (Simplified) 寄, 包裹,邮包…
in Indonesian bungkusan…
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