parcel

[ pahr-suhl ]
/ ˈpɑr səl /
See synonyms for: parcel / parceled / parceling / parcelled on Thesaurus.com

noun

verb (used with object), par·celed, par·cel·ing or (especially British) par·celled, par·cel·ling.

adverb

Archaic. in part; partially.

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Origin of parcel

First recorded in 1275–1325; Middle English, from Middle French parcelle, from unattested Late Latin particella, fresh formation for Latin particula; see particle, passel

synonym study for parcel

1. See package.

OTHER WORDS FROM parcel

un·par·celed; especially British, un·par·celled, adjectiveun·par·cel·ing; especially British, un·par·cel·ling, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for parcel

parcel
/ (ˈpɑːsəl) /

noun

verb -cels, -celling or -celled or US -cels, -celing or -celed (tr)

adverb

an archaic word for partly

Word Origin for parcel

C14: from Old French parcelle, from Latin particula particle
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Idioms and Phrases with parcel

parcel

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