a wrapped container
parcel, portion, share(noun)
the allotment of some amount by dividing something
"death gets more than its share of attention from theologians"
fortune, destiny, contribution, lot, serving, tract, piece of land, dower, component, share, parcel of land, portion, part, percentage, dowery, packet, circumstances, bundle, dowry, constituent, ploughshare, luck, plowshare, package, helping, piece of ground, component part, fate
tract, piece of land, piece of ground, parcel of land, parcel(noun)
an extended area of land
package, bundle, packet, parcel(verb)
a collection of things wrapped or boxed together
pile, mailboat, computer software, packet boat, software package, big bucks, mail boat, software program, share, parcel of land, software, portion, sheaf, packet, big money, piece of ground, bundle, piece of land, package, tract, software system, megabucks
divide into parts
"The developers parceled the land"
cover with strips of canvas
make into a wrapped container
To wrap something up into the form of a package.
I saw a brown paper parcel on my doorstep.
To wrap a strip around the end of a rope.
Worm and parcel with the lay; turn and serve the other way.
A group of birds.
A small amount of food that has been wrapped up, for example a pastry.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
When any whole is divided into parts, any part that is allotted to some person, thing, subject or purpose is called a portion, tho the division may be by no fixed rule or relation; a father may divide his estate by will among his children so as to make their several portions great or small, according to his arbitrary and unreasonable caprice. When we speak of a part as a proportion, we think of the whole as divided according to some rule or scale, so that the different parts bear a contemplated and intended relation or ratio to one another; thus, the portion allotted to a child by will may not be a fair proportion of the estate. Proportion is often used where part or portion would be more appropriate. Compare PART.
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How to use parcel in a sentence?
This is part and parcel of the much needed reality check that Argentina is getting with its new president, large devaluations tend to be pretty disruptive and negative for gross domestic product in the short-term, but much more helpful in the long-term.
We put this parcel in front of the ministry to challenge the government about the dangers of the expansion of e-commerce in France.
When you as a consumer, when you find it convenient for you, you call up the delivery using your smartphone. And then the robot gets loaded with your parcel in our hub and it drives to your doorstep. And that takes about 20 minutes. So instead of having a delivery window of half a day or something that you're getting your delivery sometime during today; you can pick a delivery window that is like ten minutes.
The Bush family has a deep love for the party and cares about the future and in light of Trump's capacity to damage the brand, I think this is part and parcel of doing what they can to preserve the party.
It is part and parcel of the tightening.
Translations for parcel
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- رزمة, طردArabic
- balík, parcelaCzech
- Paket, ParzelleGerman
- paketti, tontti, paketoidaFinnish
- paquet, parcelle, colisFrench
- csomag, parcellaHungarian
- parsel, petakIndonesian
- lotto, parcella, pacchetto, impacchettareItalian
- 包み, 地割Japanese
- 구획, 소포Korean
- przesyłka, paczkaPolish
- empacotar, pacotePortuguese
- pachet, colet, parcelă, lotRomanian
- посылка, участокRussian
- Bưu kiệnVietnamese
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