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It didn't take her long to pack the few clothes she would need.
Haven't you packed yet?
He was still packing his suitcase when the taxi came.
I've packed you a few sandwiches in case you get hungry.
The plates were still packed in white tissue paper.
This is the British English definition of pack. View American English definition of pack.
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