battalion, large number, multitude, plurality, pack(noun)
a large indefinite number
"a battalion of ants"; "a multitude of TV antennas"; "a plurality of religions"
mob, mass, coterie, masses, gang, plurality, battalion, ingroup, large number, inner circle, the great unwashed, face pack, multitude, clique, camp, concourse, throng, hoi polloi, ring, relative majority, people
a complete collection of similar things
a convenient package or parcel (as of cigarettes or film)
gang, pack, ring, mob(noun)
an association of criminals
"police tried to break up the gang"; "a pack of thieves"
mob, bunch, ringing, annulus, hoop, coterie, battalion, gang, plurality, work party, ingroup, large number, anchor ring, crowd, rabble, halo, multitude, rout, family, clique, inner circle, crime syndicate, closed chain, camp, ring, doughnut, crew, tintinnabulation, band, face pack, syndicate
clique, coterie, ingroup, inner circle, pack, camp(noun)
an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose
a group of hunting animals
pack, face pack(noun)
a cream that cleanses and tones the skin
a sheet or blanket (either dry or wet) to wrap around the body for its therapeutic effect
a bundle (especially one carried on the back)
arrange in a container
"pack the books into the boxes"
fill to capacity
"This singer always packs the concert halls"; "The murder trial packed the court house"
pack, bundle, wad, compact(verb)
compress into a wad
"wad paper into the box"
mob, wad, pile, cluster, backpack, bunch up, jampack, pack together, press, bunch, bundle up, ram, tamp, clump, roll up, load down, tamp down, bundle, chock up, throng, contract, take, carry, squeeze, cram, constrict, practice bundling, compress, jam, compact
carry, as on one's back
"Pack your tents to the top of the mountain"
set up a committee or legislative body with one's own supporters so as to influence the outcome
"pack a jury"
carry, pack, take(verb)
have with oneself; have on one's person
"She always takes an umbrella"; "I always carry money"; "She packs a gun when she goes into the mountains"
require, read, occupy, subscribe to, rent, withdraw, run, lead, ingest, pile, carry, deal, assume, have, hold, choose, study, learn, fill, bundle, necessitate, consume, tamp, stock, drive, demand, persuade, consider, need, deport, load down, behave, pick out, claim, express, jam, channel, backpack, adopt, compact, remove, transmit, dribble, mob, lease, take on, transport, take up, bring, wad, strike, use up, select, take, train, make, comport, throng, acquit, impart, get, get hold of, exact, take away, contract, post, call for, take in, expect, have a bun in the oven, submit, convey, take aim, shoot, aim, film, tamp down, direct, charter, extend, contain, sway, bear, subscribe, involve, acquire, look at, postulate, stockpile, hire, accept, guide, admit, engage, gestate, ask, conduct
throng, mob, pack, pile, jam(verb)
press tightly together or cram
"The crowd packed the auditorium"
mob, wad, pile, ram, backpack, jampack, obstruct, take, heap, crush, tamp, block, occlude, load down, impede, tamp down, bundle, chock up, throng, stack, carry, obturate, cram, jam, close up, compact
hike with a backpack
"Every summer they are backpacking in the Rockies"
tamp down, tamp, pack(verb)
press down tightly
"tamp the coffee grinds in the container to make espresso"
seal with packing
"pack the faucet"
have the property of being packable or of compacting easily
"This powder compacts easily"; "Such odd-shaped items do not pack well"
pack, load down(verb)
load with a pack
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"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Group is the general word for any gathering of a small number of objects, whether of persons, animals, or inanimate things. The individuals in a brood or litter are related to each other; those in the other groups may not be. Brood is used chiefly of fowls and birds, litter of certain quadrupeds which bring forth many young at a birth; we speak of a brood of chickens, a litter of puppies; brood is sometimes applied to a family of young children. Bevy is used of birds, and figuratively of any bright and lively group of women or children, but rarely of men. Flock is applied to birds and to some of the smaller animals; herd is confined to the larger animals; we speak of a bevy of quail, a covey of partridges, a flock of blackbirds, or a flock of sheep, a herd of cattle, horses, buffaloes, or elephants, a pack of wolves, a pack of hounds, a swarm of bees. A collection of animals driven or gathered for driving is called a drove.
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How to use pack in a sentence?
This is a material opportunity that we want to be in the front of the pack on, although it seems like we've come a long, long way ... we've only just started. This train is going to run faster and faster.
Every mile driven there can represent 10, 100 or 1,000 miles of on-road driving in terms of our ability to pack in the occurrences of difficult events.
A woman who is betrothed to a man gets happy with him for neither his six-pack Abs nor six inch drag but six- digit income that he could give her every month post six months of their marriage.
Workout should be a celebration not a punishment. It's not about a 6 pack body building, it's about refining and physical culturing. It's not about slimming it's about purifying and evolving. It's romancing your own being getting intimate with yourself, so get intimate with yourself and MickeyMize your life." Spread this message to have refined and more evolved humans.
Number one, she didn't pack that many clothes, number two, she left her dog behind. And number three ... she is very active in her youngest sister Rebecca's life. So much so, that Rebecca would call her mommy. So, in my heart I don't think she would have left Rebecca for a very long time.
Translations for pack
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- [[fer]] (la [[maleta]])Catalan, Valencian
- smečka, balíček, balitCzech
- Packung, Rudel, verpacken, Pack, Kartenstapel, Kartenspiel, einpacken, packenGerman
- pakka, taakka, laumaFinnish
- pack, emballer, meute, paquetFrench
- pagg, sthockManx
- ոհմակ, փաթեթArmenian
- muta, carico, basto, impacchettare, mazzo, somaItalian
- パック, 包む, 群れJapanese
- 무리, 팩, 싸다, 바리, 짐, 꾸리다, 꾸러미, 군Korean
- tāhere, pōkai, whakatakupeMāori
- flokk, kortleikNorwegian
- kortleik, flokk, kortstokkNorwegian Nynorsk
- stado, sfora, taliaPolish
- matilha, baralhoPortuguese
- haită, sarcinăRomanian
- упако́вка, запакова́ть, упакова́ть, па́чка, ста́я, свя́зка, коло́да, запако́вывать, паке́т, упако́вывать, сво́раRussian
- paket, packa, flockSwedish
- päkön, päkVolapük
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