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packed

[ pakt ]
/ pækt /
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adjective
filled to capacity; full: They've had a packed theater for every performance.
pressed together; dense; compressed: packed snow.
abundantly supplied with a specified element (used in combination): an action-packed movie.
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Origin of packed

First recorded in 1770–80; pack1 + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM packed

mis·packed, adjectivewell-packed, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH packed

packed , pact
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How to use packed in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for packed

packed
/ (pækt) /

adjective
completely filled; fulla packed theatre
(of a picnic type of meal) prepared and put in a container or containers beforehand; prepackeda packed lunch
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