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Meaning of “pack” - Learner’s Dictionary

pack

noun [C]     /pæk/
BOX mainly US
B2 a small box that contains several of the same thing: a pack of cigarettesWrapping, packing and loading
BAG mainly US
a bag that you carry on your backContainers for carrying personal possessions
ANIMALS
a group of animals that live together, especially those of the dog family: a pack of wolves Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixturesAnimal groupings
CARDS ( also US deck)
a set of playing cards →  See also fanny pack Playing cards
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