pack

pæk

Перевод:

Verb: упаковывать упаковываться паковать укладывать
Noun: упаковка пакет пак пачка
Adjective: упаковочный вьючный

Фразы:

pack of dogs - стая собак

flat pack furniture - сборная мебель

to pack a gland - набивать сальник

clan / pack of hyenas - стая гиен

pack ice - паковый лёд, пак

pack of jackals - стая шакалов

jumbo pack - огромный пакет

king-size pack - упаковка большего размера

pack / tissue / web of lies - паутина лжи

pack of cigarettes - пачка сигарет

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Примеры:

I'll go home and pack. - Я пойду домой и уложу вещи.

Fans packed the stadium. - Фанаты заполнили стадион.

I hid my money in my pack. - Я спрятал деньги в своем ранце.

Sol was the leader of the pack. - Сол был главарём банды.

What a pack of complaints! - Как много жалоб!

Pack the faucet! - Заткни кран!

Shall I pack us a picnic? - Мне упаковать всё необходимое для нашего пикника?

It's going to rain - we'd better pack away our things and go indoors. - Собирается дождь, нам лучше всё собрать и зайти в дом.

Have you finished packing yet? - Вы уже закончили упаковывать вещи?

The crowd packed the auditorium. - Толпа заполнила [переполнила] зрительный зал.

Pack the books into the boxes. - Упакуйте книги в эти коробки.

Food and gear should be put in a pack. - Еду и одежду нужно упаковать в рюкзак.

Pack away your books, it's time for break. - Складывайте учебники, перемена!

I forgot to pack my razor. - Я забыл взять (в дорогу) свою бритву.

Make sure you pack breakable ornaments carefully. - Убедитесь,что вы аккуратно упаковали хрупкие украшения.

This singer always packs concert halls. - Этот певец всегда собирает полные залы.

A great many people packed into the church. - Церковь была переполнена.

Pack the soil down firmly. - Хорошенько утрамбуйте землю.

Cigarettes typically come in packs of 20. - Сигареты, как правило, приходят в упаковках по 20 штук.

Machines now exist to pack olives in jars. - Теперь есть машины, которые консервируют оливки.

Pack your tents to the top of the mountain. - Несите палатки на вершину горы.

We pack the goods neatly to prevent the damage during delivery. - Мы тщательно упаковываем товары, чтобы избежать их повреждения во время доставки.

Try to pair this card with one exactly the same from the other pack. - Попытайся найти в пару к этой карте точно такую же в другой колоде.

the dominant female of the pack - доминирующая самка в стае

Thousands of people packed into the mosque. - Тысячи людей набились в мечеть.

First cut the pack, and then deal the cards. - Сначала срежь /сними/ колоду, а потом раздай карты.

Don't worry. The removal men will pack everything up. - Не беспокойтесь. Грузчики всё упакуют.

Can you trust me for a pack of cigarettes until Friday? - Можете ли вы дать мне в долг пачку сигарет до пятницы?

We pursued our way, flapping lazily alongside of the "pack". - Мы продвигались вдоль ледяных нагромождений с лениво колышущимися парусами.

Why don't you pack in, before you kill yourself. (M. Lampell) - Почему бы тебе не остановиться до того, как ты убьешь себя?

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you pack something in, you stop doing it.

If someone packs a lot of something into a limited space or time, they fit a lot into it.

If you pack someone off somewhere, you send them there to stay for a period of time.

If you pack up or if you pack up your things, you put your possessions or the things you have been using in a case or bag, because you are leaving.

If you pack something in, you stop doing it.

If someone packs a lot of something into a limited space or time, they fit a lot into it.

If you pack someone off somewhere, you send them there to stay for a period of time.

If you pack up or if you pack up your things, you put your possessions or the things you have been using in a case or bag, because you are leaving.

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Связанные термины:

pack in: If you pack something in, you stop doing it.

pack up: If you pack up or if you pack up your things, you put your possessions or the things you have been using in a case or bag, because you are leaving .

brat pack: A brat pack is a group of young people, especially actors or writers, who are popular or successful at the moment .

cell pack: a container made of cellular plastic, as one used for holding flowers or plants

cold pack: a method of lowering the body temperature by wrapping a person in a sheet soaked in cold water

disk pack: a collection of magnetic disks stacked vertically and encased in a cover and which can be used as a storage device for a computer

face pack: A face pack is a thick substance which you spread on your face, allow to dry for a short time, and then remove, in order to clean your skin thoroughly.

fash pack: people who are influential in the fashion industry

film pack: a box containing several sheets of film for use in a plate camera

flat pack: Flat pack furniture is furniture such as shelves and cupboards which you buy as a number of separate pieces and assemble yourself.

hot pack: a hot towel, dressing, or the like, applied to the body to reduce swelling, relieve pain, etc

ice pack: An ice pack is a bag full of ice which is used to cool parts of the body when they are injured or painful .

pack ice: Pack ice is an area of ice that is floating on the sea. It is made up of pieces of ice that have been pushed together.

pack into: If someone packs a lot of something into a limited space or time, they fit a lot into it.

pack off: If you pack someone off somewhere, you send them there to stay for a period of time.

pack rat: any rat of the genus Neotoma, of W North America, having a long tail that is furry in some species: family Cricetidae

pack shot: (in television advertising ) a close-up of the product being advertised, usually so that the viewer can register its logo and packaging

pack-year: a measure of the amount of cigarettes a person has smoked over an extended period, equal to one packet of 20 every day for one year

rat pack: People sometimes refer to the group of journalists and photographers who follow famous people around as the rat pack, especially when they think that their behaviour is unacceptable .

six-pack: A six-pack is a pack containing six bottles or cans sold together.

two-pack: (of a paint, filler, etc) supplied as two separate components, for example a base and a catalyst, that are mixed together immediately before use

wet pack: a hot or cold damp sheet or blanket for wrapping around a patient

wolf pack: a group of wolves that live and hunt together

banded pack: two products which are held together with a band and sold together at a discounted price

bonus pack: anything sold with a product and marketed as a useful and free extra

bubble pack: a type of packet in which small items are displayed and sold, consisting of a transparent dome of plastic or similar material mounted on a firm backing such as cardboard

fanny pack: a small, usually zippered purse or pouch worn at the waist, for carrying keys, a wallet, etc.

handy-pack: a pack of a product that is useful or convenient in some way, because, for example, it is easy to transport, or because it contains a variety of flavours, colours, etc

jumbo pack: a very large pack . Used mainly in advertising and in the names of products

pack animal: A pack animal is an animal such as a horse or donkey that is used to carry things on journeys .

pack drill: a military punishment by which the offender is made to march about carrying a full pack of equipment

pack horse: a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc

pack trail: a path or route suitable for pack animals

pack train: a train, or procession, of pack animals

power pack: a device for converting the current from a supply into direct or alternating current at the voltage required by a particular electrical or electronic device

press pack: a dismissive term for a group of journalists, viewed as hounding a person

blister pack: a type of packet in which small items are displayed and sold, consisting of a transparent dome of plastic or similar material mounted on a firm backing such as cardboard

bobbery pack: a mixed pack of hunting dogs, often not belonging to any of the hound breeds

cluster pack: a package containing a collection of related goods, sold as a single unit

display pack: an empty box, etc, on a shop shelf, advertising a piece of merchandise that, due to its value or size, is not stored on the shelf. The display pack is normally taken to the till and there exchanged, on payment, for the actual item

economy pack: a large pack of goods that is cheaper than a normal-sized pack

pack a sad: to express sadness or displeasure strongly

pack it in: to give up or stop trying, as in discouragement

starter pack: a pack containing basic equipment or information

Joe Six-Pack: an average or typical man

membership pack: a collection of documents, information leaflets, cards, etc, that is given to members, esp new ones

pack a punch: to have a very powerful effect

pack of lies: a completely false story, account, etc

information pack: a set of leaflets giving information about something

pack your bags: to suddenly leave where you live or work, usually because of a disagreement

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Однокоренные слова:

pack in - кончать, бросать, привлекать в большом количестве, прекращать функционировать
pack off - выпроваживать, прогонять
pack up - упаковывать, упаковываться, умереть, тюковать, портиться, прекращать

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