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English definition of “pack sth in”

pack sth in

phrasal verb with pack
 
 
/pæk/ verb
STOP informal to stop doing something: If this job doesn't get any better, I'm going to pack it in.Stop having or doing something
A LOT to manage to do a lot of things in a short period of time: We were only there four days but we packed so much in.Large in number or quantity
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