- n. 一群；一副；包裹；一包
- v. 包装；解雇；塞满；收拾行李；佩戴
- [C]包裹,背包 number of things wrapped or tied together for carrying; bag
- [C]小纸盒,小纸包 smaller paper or cardboard container in which goods are packed for selling
- [C]一群,一队 group of wild animals that hum together; organized group
- [C]一帮,一伙,一堆 number of people or things
- [C]一副 a complete set of playing cards
- vt. & vi. 捆扎; 收拾行李 put together in a bundle, box, etc.
- vt. 塞进; 拥进 fit, crush, push people, things into a space
- vi. 装箱 be able to be put into a container for transport of storing
- vt. & vi. (使)形成硬块 (cause sth to) form a hard compact mass
- vt. 携带,佩带 carry sth; be equipped with sth
- vt. 挑选…使之偏袒自己 choose sb so that they are likely to decide in one's favour
a large indefinite number;
"a battalion of ants"
"a multitude of TV antennas"
"a plurality of religions"
a complete collection of similar things
a convenient package or parcel (as of cigarettes or film)
an association of criminals;
"police tried to break up the gang"
"a pack of thieves"
an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose
a group of hunting animals
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"
compress into a wad;
"wad paper into the box"
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"
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"
press tightly together or cram;
"The crowd packed the auditorium"
hike with a backpack;
"Every summer they are backpacking in the Rockies"
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"
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"
- The hare could find no safety, a pack of jackals had it in the wind.
- He rounded on journalists, calling them 'a pack of vultures'.
- A pack of cards has been spread on the table.
- Try to pair this card with one exactly the same from the other pack.
- The traveler took out a bottle of water from the pack on his back.
- To carry care to bed is to sleep with a pack on your back.
- He paid $4 for a pack of cigarettes.
- In order to avoid any possible damage in transit, we would ask you to pack the goods in strong but small wooden cases.
- Please don't crease the blouse when you pack it.
- He was told by the boss to pack up.
- This case is full, I can't pack any more clothes in.
- I want to go to Shanghai,so I pack my luggage.
- I crawled into my tent to pack my things up.
- His pack was undone.
- She tried to throw his pack from his shoulders.
- The climber took some food from the bulky pack on his back.
- A pack of cigarettes lasts him two days.
- The young man smoked a pack of cigarettes a day.
- Wolves hunt in large packs.
- The huntsman was whipping his pack of hounds.
- The boys always went about as a pack.
- They're like a pack of kids!
- A pack of angry shoppers demanded their money back.
- They are just a pack of thieves.
- They watched little packs of tanks approach their position.
- He has faced a pack of troubles since the end of the war.
- He dealt the pack.
- The girls are busy packing.
- I packed, then snatched four hour's sleep.
- Books pack easily.
- This dress packs beautifully.
- Rain caused the loose dirt to pack.
- The snow had packed against the wall.
- They packed the instrument carefully.
- Have you packed your things?
- Pack your things at once.
- She packed her bags and left.
- Let's pack these books to them right away .
- She gathered that he was packing his clothes.
- She used to pack some of the fruit she bought.
- She hurriedly packed a bag and bought a train ticket for home.
- Spectators packed the stadium.
- The wind packed the snow against the wall.
- He often packs a gun.
- The defendant packed the jury.
- By four o'clock, everything was packed.
- “You go and pack your things.”“My things are all packed.”
- The eggs were packed in dozens.
- The meeting hall was packed.
- The auditorium was packed that night.
- Have you packed me a razor?
- She packed her husband some bread and cheese for his lunch.
- Please pack the food for me.
- Mother will make a packed meal for us to take on our walk.
- During the summer the packing houses were in full of activity again.
- a pack of lies
一派谎言〔胡言〕 many lies
- pack away (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉吃很多 eat a lot (of food)
pack sth ⇔ away
We packed the tools away.
Pack away your books, children.It's time for break.
It's going to rain; we'd better pack away our things and go indoors.
I will try to find that old book.but it's been packed away for years.
You'd be surprised at the amount that boy can pack away in a single day.
这个男孩子一天的饭量会叫你大吃一惊的。pack it away
My sister may look delicate and lady-like, but give her a bowl of rice and she can really pack it away.
- pack down (v.+adv.)
把…压实 make a solid mass
If the snow isn't cleared from the roads quickly, it packs down hard and makes driving difficult.
若是不能及时把积雪从道路上清理走,就会被压实,给车辆行驶带来困难。pack sth ⇔ down
If you pack those things down we can get more into the box.
- pack in1( v.+adv. )
You pack in as tightly as you can.
你们尽量往里挤。pack sth ⇔ in
She packed all the clothes in after much trouble.
Why don't you pack in when you feel dizzy?
I'm sorry to say he has packed in.
很遗憾他已经辞职了。pack sb in
The singer packed the crowd in.
Star Wars was really packing them in.《
- pack in2( v.+prep. )
塞进 crush together into a place or period of time
pack sth in sth
The workers tightly packed the goods in the crate.
He went away with all my clothes packed in his own bags.
The food is packed in tins.
Peaches are often packed in cans for the market.
Meat, fish and vegetables are often packed in cans.
Glass should be packed in straw.
- pack into( v.+prep. )
塞进; 挤进 crush or crowd together (into a place or period of time)
pack into sth
The crowds packed into the cinema on a wet day.
Excursionists packed into a big bus.
远足的旅客们挤在一辆大客车里。pack sb/sth into sth
They managed to pack eleven people into the car.
She packed all her clothes and other daily necessities into a suitcase, ready to leave the home forever.
She managed to pack a lot of sightseeing into a short period of time she had in London.
The people were packed into an already overcrowded bus.
The leading facts of his career can easily be packed into a few sentences.
- pack it in
停止; 放弃 stop; give up
- pack off( v.+adv. )
(匆忙将…)打发走,送走 send off in a hurry
pack sb ⇔ off to sb/sth
Your boyfriend is much too young for you.Why don't you pack him off to his mother?
She packed off the children to their aunt's for a few days while the house was being cleaned through.
- pack out( v.+adv. )
使(剧院)满座 make a theatre fully seated
pack sth ⇔ out
The ground was packed out when our local team played its League Cup match.
- pack together( v.+adv. )
使紧挤在一起 make (things) form a tight mass
pack sb/sth ⇔ together
Pack these books together and put them in the attic.
The boys were packed together in a small room.
- pack up( v.+adv. )
〈非正〉停止工作,停止运转 finish work; cease operating
Let's pack up and get ready to start at once.
Let's pack up and spend a week in the countryside.
In the meantime they would pack up and go home.
There was nothing else to do but to pack up again.
The company could pack up and be under way in probably less than an hour.
Without giving us a chance to explain, he suddenly packed up and left.
We spent the greater part of the evening packing up.
我们花了晚上大部分时间,打点行装。pack sth ⇔ up
The old man pointed at one of the largest and most expensive of the puddings and said,“Kindly pack me up this here.”
I heard that her husband had packed up his things and moved out.
They packed up their tools and went home.
We have packed up the books for the movers.
They had worked hard all day, so at six o'clock they decided to pack up.
Come on,Bruce, it's nine o'clock.Time to pack up and go to bed.
If I don't find a job soon,I might as well pack up.
Halfway up the hill, the engine packed up.
The motors coughed and packed up.
One of the aircraft's engines packed up.
- pack with (v.+prep.)
用…充满 be filled with sth
pack sth with sb/sth
They packed the bus with tourists.
The plumber packed the joint of the pipe with string and a special compound.
The bus was packed with people.
The road was packed with refugees.
- a pack of cards 一副纸牌
- a pack of cigarettes 一包烟
- a pack of hounds 一群猎狗
- a pack of lies 一席谎言
- a pack of spectators 一群观察家
- a pack of thieves 一群贼
- a pack of wolves 一群狼
- packs of courage 很有胆量
- pack closely 摆满了
- pack compactly 紧凑地塞进
- pack easily 容易装运
- pack professionally 专业包装
- pack scientifically 科学地包装
- pack securely 装得很牢
- pack away 收拾,吃
- pack away books 把书收起来
- pack away from 把…从…打发走
- pack away things 整理〔包扎〕东西
- pack in 把…塞入,吸引大量(观众)
- pack off 寄掉,匆促地离开,把…打发走
- pack out 填满,挤满
- pack sth together 把某物扎在一起
- pack up 捆好东西,收拾工具,停止工作
- pack up clothes 收拾衣物
Cigarettes cost about five dollars a pack.出自： R. Whelan
The contents of the library were all packed and carried away.出自： George Eliot
Pack your night things..while I lay on transport.出自： B. W. Aldiss
Roosevelt got into serious political difficulties when he tried to pack the Supreme Court.出自：Australian Financial Review
- pack作为表示“量”的名词常用于a pack of结构中,其后多接复数名词,用作主语时其谓语动词多用单数形式,也可用复数形式。
- pack off的意思是“运走,打发掉”; pack up的意思是“收拾行李,收拾好”。
- pack, drove, flock, herd, school, swarm
- 这组词都可作“群”解。其区别在于：flock是鸟或兽群的通俗用语,特指绵羊、山羊的“群”; herd通常指大动物的“群”,特指家畜的“群”; drove指被驱赶着的牛、羊、猪等的“群”; pack指猎犬、狼、狐、恶人等,用来指人群时含有轻蔑的意味; swarm指蜜蜂、昆虫等的“群”; school指水栖动物的“群”,如鱼、虾等。例如:
- This is a drove of deer.这是一群鹿。
- There are a flock of wild ducks in the pool.池塘里有一群野鸭。
- A pack of hounds chased the fox.一群猎狗追猎那只狐狸。
- I keep a large herd of cattle.我养一大群牛。
- Schools of dolphins live in the Pacific Ocean .太平洋里生活着成群的海豚。
- A swarm of ants are moving busily.一群蚂蚁正在忙碌地搬家。
- pack, bunch, bundle, package, packet, parcel
- 这6个词均有“包”的意思。其区别在于:pack指背包和包装的容器,也可指任何尺寸大小的包; package可专指包装袋、包装盒,也可指中小型的包,在美国主要指小包、小袋或小盒; parcel指由一件或几件东西捆在一起,便于人们携带的“中、小型包”。在英国parcel一般指邮包,在美国则专指15磅以下的邮包; packet指包得非常整洁的小包,如信件小包,多指“小件行李,邮包”; bunch指同类的物品紧凑而有条理地扎或捆在一起,意为“束,串”; bundle指宽松地打成的“捆”或“包”。例如:
- The climber carried some food in a pack on his back.登山者用背包背着一些干粮。
- We need the best package for the towels.我们需要用最好的包装用品来包装这些毛巾。
- Yesterday I went to the post office for my parcel.昨天我去邮局领取我的包裹。
- Give this packet of letters to the students.把这捆信件拿给学生。
- She received a bunch of flowers from her husband.她收到丈夫送的一束花。
- On the road there was a peasant with a bundle on his back.路上一个农民扛着一个大包。
- pack, crowd
- The passengers packed the station.旅客挤满了车站。
- pack, cram, ram, stuff, tamp
- 这组词的共同意思是“打包”。其区别在于:pack指捆好或包好某物以便贮藏或运输,引申可指许多人或物挤满或填满某一空间; cram含有“乱七八糟地用力塞进”的意思,而不考虑是否容易或方便地取出; ram强调不仅塞满而且压紧; stuff专指用填充材料或垫料来填满或塞满,暗示把某物塞得胀鼓鼓的; tamp原指用黏土或别的材料填满装有炸药的钻孔,引申指用连续的撞击把某物捣碎或把某物的上方、下方及四周压紧以起支撑作用。例如:
- The audience packed the hall.听众挤满了大厅。
- The box was crammed with letters.信箱里塞满了信件。
- I rammed down the earth round the newly planted bush.我把刚种的小树丛周围的泥土压结实了。
- You stuff the hole in the window up with newspaper until the man can put some new glass in.工人来装新玻璃前你可以用点纸先把窗上的洞堵上。
- He tamped down the tobacco in the pipe.他把烟斗中的烟丝压实。
- The room is packed with people.
- The room is full of people.
- The room is filled with people.
- I packed everything into one suitcase.
- I packed one suitcase with everything.
- ☆ 13世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古斯堪的纳维亚语的pakki。
- unpack 打开取出