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packverb

  • ja詰める、梱包する、荷造りする
  • ento put something into a bag, box, or container

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Pack up your bag!
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The things that Marie Kondo is known for is her special folding method.
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It's really nice to use when you're packing.
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Hey.
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What you doing?
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I'm packing.
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Why?
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'Cause I'm going home.
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Why am I tightly rolling my clothes?
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It’s the most efficient way to pack.
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And I’m getting ready for my upcoming Catholic Youth Retreat weekend.
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Collect your money, key card, and passport.
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Got 'em.
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Pack them and keep them close to your person at all times.
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Finished.

Other meanings for pack...

packnoun

  • ja包み、パック
  • ena group of things wrapped, tied, packaged, or kept together, especially for easy handling and/or for selling
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Don’t forget about drugstores.
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For example, Walgreens.
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I got scissors last week for 50 cents and this pack of pencils for 50 cents.
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Andy, as you requested, I got you a three pack of white t-shirts from Target.
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Thank you.
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And we found some of our own, such as bubbles.
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Ninety-nine cents for a pack of five.
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- For being here today, I got you a pack of lightbulbs. - Lightbulbs!
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- Yep. - Yes!
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Now, it's time for them to choose from some of these vehicles.
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So we got the Frozen sleigh, the Paw Patrol vehicle,
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a pack of Hot Wheels cars, or a tugboat.