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English definition of “pack”

pack

verb
 
 
/pæk/
THINGS IN BAGS [I, T] A2 to put your things into bags or boxes when you are going on holiday or leaving the place where you live: I've got to go home and pack. to pack your bags → Opposite unpackFilling and completingWrapping, packing and loading
CROWD [T] If people pack a place, there are so many of them in it that it is very crowded: Thousands of fans packed the club.Filling and completing
(Definition of pack verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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