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Would you be kind enough to share with me your opinion concerning the feasibility of the following sentences?
To make up packs, bales, or bundles; to stow articles securely for transportation.
I hid my money in my pack
Here is a pack of books.
pack = bundle
The club will send a free information pack.
Sol was the leader of the pack.
leader of the pack = head of the pack
You have to pack papers into an envelope.
pack – wrap (up)
I'll go home and pack.
Pack me a sandwich.
Here are a few glasses packed for shipment.
A knit dress packs well.
Machines now exist to pack olives in jars.
Fans packed the stadium.
They all packed into the auditorium.
Thousands of people packed into the mosque.
pack = congregate
You shall pack, and never more darken my doors again.
darken someone’s door = come unwanted to someone's home
Let's better pack today.
We have to pack ours bags.
It's going to rain - we'd better pack away our things and go idoors.
We have to pack clothes into a trunk.
The harbor was packed with craft.
I packed everything into a suitcase.
The book is packed with facts.
It was a passage packed with meaning.
People were packed up like sardines.
It isn't fun to pack along the trail.
Here is not allowed to pack a gun.
I had to pack my hat in my hand.
Sand packs and becomes hard.
We have to pack a leaking joint of a water-pipe.
We have to pack on all sail.
The pirate ship packed a big punch.
Poor Stella must pack off to town.
pack off = send someone (or something) away unceremoniously
Thank you for your efforts.
Last edited by sarat_106; 27-Sep-2009 at 15:55.