Phrasal Verbs with 'Pack'

Pack away

Put something where it belongs

Example: I PACKED AWAY the suitcases in the loft after we had emptied them.

Pack in

Stop doing something

Example: I'm trying to PACK IN smoking.

Pack in

End a relationship

Example: She PACKED her boyfriend IN.

Pack in

Fill a venue

Example: They really PACK them IN at the club- it was so crowded it was impossible to move.

Pack in

Break down, stop working

Example: The photocopier has PACKED IN again.

Pack it in

Stop doing something (used as an imperative)

Example: The kids were making a fuss, so I told them to PACK IT IN.

Pack off

Send someone away

Example: His boss PACKED him OFF to a regional office.

Pack out

Fill a venue

Example: The stadium was PACKED OUT.

Pack up

Stop doing something

Example: You should PACK UP smoking.

Pack up

Finish work

Example: We had nothing left to do, so we PACKED UP early.

Pack up

Break down, stop working

Example: My printer PACKED UP last night- I'll have to get a new one.

Pack up

Collect things and put them where you keep them

Example: At the end of the presentation, I PACKED UP my laptop.