pack into (1)

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

Meaning: to fit into a small or crowded space

Synonym: cram into, squeeze into

For example:

  • pack into sth Over a hundred thousand people packed into the stadium for the final match.

  • pack into sth No-one else had a car, so the whole family had to pack into Fergy's little Fiat.

Quick Quiz:

How many people we can pack into

a. the concert hall?

b. the suitcase?

c. the motorbike?

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Contributor: Matt Errey