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pack a suitcase

This page is about the collocation pack a suitcase

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to put clothes and other possessions into a suitcase

For example

  • Did you pack your suitcase yourself?

  • Those suitcases must have taken you a long time to pack.

Note:
Similar collocations include "pack a bag" and "pack (your) luggage"

Quick Quiz

If you're packing a suitcase, you're

a. putting it inside something

b. putting things inside it

c. carrying it with you

Contributor: Matt Errey