pack sth with sb/sth

pack sth with sb/sth
UK US pack sth with sth/sb
Phrasal Verb with pack({{}}/pæk/ verb [T]
to fill something with things or people of a particular type: »

We have packed the conference with an exciting line-up of interesting speakers.

»

When president of the Society, he had packed the committee with his supporters.


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  • pack sth with sth — UK US pack sth with sth/sb Phrasal Verb with pack({{}}/pæk/ verb [T] ► to fill something with things or people of a particular type: »We have packed the conference with an exciting line up of interesting speakers. »When president of the Society,… …   Financial and business terms

  • pack sth with sb — UK US pack sth with sth/sb Phrasal Verb with pack({{}}/pæk/ verb [T] ► to fill something with things or people of a particular type: »We have packed the conference with an exciting line up of interesting speakers. »When president of the Society,… …   Financial and business terms

  • pack sth up — UK US pack (sth) up Phrasal Verb with pack({{}}/pæk/ verb [T] ► [I or T] to put things into containers so that you can take or send them away: »Can you pack up these orders for despatch? »They were packing up the office ready for the move. ► [I… …   Financial and business terms

  • pack sth in — UK US pack sth in Phrasal Verb with pack({{}}/pæk/ verb [T] ► to manage to include a lot of things in a short time: »We re only in New York for a day so we need to pack in a lot of meetings. ► INFORMAL to stop doing something because you have not …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌpack sth ˈin — phrasal verb 1) British informal to stop doing something A year ago, she packed in her job to join the band.[/ex] 2) to fill a period of time with a lot of activities He packed in an amazing amount in such a short life.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • pack — pack1 W3S2 [pæk] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(clothes)¦ 2¦(goods)¦ 3¦(crowd)¦ 4¦(protect something)¦ 5¦(snow/soil etc)¦ 6 pack your bags 7 pack a gun 8 pack a (hard/hefty/strong etc) punch Phrasal verbs  pack something<=>away …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pack — 1 verb 1 IN BOXES, CASES ETC also pack up (I, T) to put things into cases, boxes etc for taking somewhere or storing: I forgot to pack my razor. | They packed up the contents of their house. | We re off to Greece tomorrow and I haven t even… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pack — ▪ I. pack pack 1 [pæk] noun 1. [countable] a small container with a set of things in it; = PACKAGE; PACKET: • Five million tickets to Disney films will be placed in specially marked packs. pack of …   Financial and business terms

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  • pack something out — carry something away rather than leaving it behind (used esp. with respect to refuse at remote campsites) pack out any garbage you have left * * * ˌpack sthˈout derived (of shows, performers, etc.) to attract enough people to completely fill a… …   Useful english dictionary

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