pack in (1)

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This page is about the phrasal verb pack in (1).

Meaning: to attract large audiences or large crowds of spectators

For example:

  • 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.

Quick Quiz:

Promoters want entertainers who can pack them in because it means they

a. pay the entertainers more

b. pay the entertainers less

c. sell more tickets

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