pack in (1)INFORMAL
This page is about the phrasal verb pack in (1).
Meaning: to attract large audiences or large crowds of spectators
- pack in sth After giving concerts for over 40 years, Bob Dylan could still pack in big crowds wherever he performed.
- pack sth in Basketball stars like LeBron James can really pack them in. Stadiums are full whenever he's playing.
Promoters want entertainers who can pack them in because it means they
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Contributor: Matt Errey