pack

All Noun Verb
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  • He became known as a master of the pack mark and the long goal.
  • Their friends and family are inspired by the idea and also pack up to move out west.
  • His car hung around mid-pack for most of the first quarter of the race.
  • The summer season proved to be a success and frequently played to packed houses.
  • All of the games in this section use a standard pack of cards.
  • When the van is packed up, however, there is no room left for the wife.
  • They ought to be able to fight their way through a good-sized pack. Cited from A Jacobite Exile, by G. A. Henty
  • It is common as a warm front passes over an area with significant snow-pack.
  • It also appears on some new vehicle parts in the expansion pack.
  • This means that it takes energy to pack them together.
  • There were two expansion packs that slowly added more features to the game.
  • The cities main street is packed with food stands provided by the local churches and community groups.
  • These properties make it better for first aid during combat than whole blood or packed red cells.
  • As the industry packed up, so did business and many residents.
  • He gave up his three pack a day smoking habit as a result.
  • It has been noted that the average monthly pack size was between three and twelve members.
  • You can also download song packs, which give you four or five songs.
  • His packed funeral was attended by family, former students, and past and present friends.
  • Each expansion pack would represent another third of the overall story.
  • Capacity is nine passengers or five troops with full packs or seven troops in light order.
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Meaning of pack

  • noun A complete collection of similar things
  • noun A convenient package or parcel (as of cigarettes or film)
  • noun A group of hunting animals
  • noun A cream that cleanses and tones the skin
  • noun A sheet or blanket (either dry or wet) to wrap around the body for its therapeutic effect
  • noun A bundle (especially one carried on the back)
  • verb Arrange in a container
    pack the books into the boxes
  • verb Fill to capacity
    This singer always packs the concert halls, The murder trial packed the court house
  • verb Compress into a wad
    wad paper into the box
  • verb Carry, as on one's back
    Pack your tents to the top of the mountain
  • verb Set up a committee or legislative body with one's own supporters so as to influence the outcome
    pack a jury
  • verb Seal with packing
    pack the faucet
  • verb Load with a pack
  • verb Treat the body or any part of it by wrapping it, as with blankets or sheets, and applying compresses to it, or stuffing it to provide cover, containment, or therapy, or to absorb blood
    The nurse packed gauze in the wound, You had better pack your swollen ankle with ice