- a small cardboard or paper container and the items contained within it；a set of playing cards.
- fill (a suitcase or bag), especially with clothes and other items needed when away from home；place (something) in a container, especially for transportation or storage
verb: pack, 3rd person present: packs, gerund or present participle: packing, past tense: packed, past participle: packed
noun: pack, plural noun: packs
- 1. a small cardboard or paper container and the items contained within it a pack of cigarettes 同義詞
- ▪ a set of playing cards.
- ▪ a collection of related documents, especially one kept in a folder an information pack
- ▪ a quantity of fish, fruit, or other foods packed or canned in a particular season or year.
- 2. a group of wild animals, especially wolves, living and hunting together a pack of wolves will encircle an ailing prey 同義詞
- ▪ a group of hounds kept and used for hunting, especially fox hunting the lead hound gives tongue and the pack takes off, following the line of scent
- ▪ an organized group of Cub Scouts.
- ▪ the main body of competitors following the leader or leaders in a race or competition the company was demonstrating the kind of innovations needed to keep it ahead of the pack
- ▪ a group or set of similar things or people the reports were a pack of lies this unsavoury pack of rogues
- ▪ a team's forwards considered as a group I had doubts about Swansea's pack at the beginning of the season
- 3. a knapsack or backpack we picked up our packs and trudged off 同義詞
- 4. short for pack ice
- 5. a hot or cold pad of absorbent material, especially as used for treating an injury.
- ▪ a cosmetic mask.
- 1. fill (a suitcase or bag), especially with clothes and other items needed when away from home she had packed and checked out of the hotel I packed a bag with a few of my favorite clothes 同義詞
- ▪ place (something) in a container, especially for transportation or storage Elizabeth packed a sandwich in a fanny pack to snack on 同義詞
- ▪ be capable of being folded up for transportation or storage these silver foil blankets pack into a small area
- ▪ store (something perishable) in a specified substance in order to preserve it the organs were packed in ice
- 2. cram a large number of things into (a container or space) it was a large room, packed with beds jammed side by side
- ▪ (of a large number of people) crowd into and fill (a room, building, or place) students recently packed a hall to hear the poet
- ▪ cover, surround, or fill (something) he packed the wounds with healing malaguetta 同義詞
- 3. informal carry (a gun) a sixteen-year-old can make a fortune selling drugs and pack a gun in the process