- 1a group of objects wrapped or tied up together for carrying or storing
- 2a group of animals, especially wolves, living and hunting together
- 3a set of playing cards
Using pack: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "pack" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I need to pack my suitcase for the trip.
The pack of wolves howled at the moon.
Let's play a game with this pack of cards.
pack Synonyms and Antonyms
Idioms Using pack
She started out in the pack but quickly moved ahead.
That movie really packed a punch!
He always runs with the pack, never daring to be different.
Phrases with pack
His story was a complete pack of lies.
I'm ready to pack it in for the day.
The wolf pack roamed through the forest.
Origins of pack
from Middle Dutch 'pac', meaning 'bundle'
Summary: pack in Brief
The term 'pack' [pæk] refers to a group of objects, animals, or cards. It can denote a bundle of items, as in 'I need to pack my suitcase for the trip,' or a group of animals, as in 'The pack of wolves howled at the moon.' 'Pack' also extends into phrases like 'pack of lies,' and idioms like 'pack a punch,' denoting a strong impact, and 'run with the pack,' implying conformity.