pack into (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb pack into (2).

Meaning: to fit a lot of activities into a limited time

Synonym: cram into

For example:

  • pack into sth It's amazing how many meetings and interviews Daniel can pack into a single day.

  • packed into sth The tour includes visits to most of the famous places in the country, all packed into five days.

Quick Quiz:

The music festival was a great success. Lots of exciting shows were packed into the one

a. stage

b. weekend

c. audience

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