- A collection of items tied up or wrapped; a bundle.
- A container made to be carried on the body of a person or animal.
- The amount, as of food, that is processed and packaged at one time or in one season.
- A small package containing a standard number of identical or similar items: a pack of matches.
- A complete set of related items: a pack of cards.
- Informal A large amount; a heap: earned a pack of money.
- A group of animals, such as dogs or wolves, that run and hunt together.
- A gang of people: a pack of hoodlums.
- An organized troop having common interests: a Cub Scout pack. See Synonyms at flock1.
- A mass of large pieces of floating ice driven together.
- Medicine The swathing of a patient or a body part in hot, cold, wet, or dry materials, such as cloth towels, sheets, or blankets.
- Medicine The materials so used.
- Medicine A material, such as gauze, that is therapeutically inserted into a body cavity or wound; packing.
- An ice pack; an ice bag.
- A cosmetic paste that is applied to the skin, allowed to dry, and then rinsed off.
- To fold, roll, or combine into a bundle; wrap up.
- To put into a receptacle for transporting or storing: pack one's belongings.
- To fill up with items: pack one's trunk.
- To process and put into containers in order to preserve, transport, or sell: packed the fruit in jars.
- To bring together (persons or things) closely; crowd together: managed to pack 300 students into the lecture hall.
- To fill up tight; cram.
- Medicine To wrap (a patient) in a pack.
- Medicine To insert a pack into a body cavity or wound.
- To wrap tightly for protection or to prevent leakage: pack a valve stem.
- To press together; compact firmly: packed the clay and straw into bricks.
- Informal To carry, deliver, or have available for action: a thug who packed a pistol; a fighter who packs a hard punch.
- To send unceremoniously: The parents packed both children off to bed.
- To constitute (a voting panel) by appointment, selection, or arrangement in such a way that it is favorable to one's purposes or point of view; rig: "In 1937 Roosevelt threatened to pack the court” ( New Republic).
- To place one's belongings in boxes or luggage for transporting or storing.
- To be susceptible of compact storage: Dishes pack more easily than glasses.
- To form lumps or masses; become compacted.
- pack it in Informal To cease work or activity: Let's pack it in for the day.
- Variant of pac.
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പൊതി - Pothi ;ചുമടു കൊണ്ടുപോകുക - Chumadu Kondupokuka ;ഒരു കൂട് ചീട്ട് - Oru Koodu Cheettu ;പറ്റം - Pattam ;മാറാപ്പ് - Maaraappu | Marappu ;ഭാണ്ഡം പേറുക - Bhaandam Peruka | Bhandam Peruka ;