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Pack n (genitive: Pack(e)s, singulare tantum)
- (diminutive and discriminating) The plebs, socially low-classed people, mob, or highly unwanted individuals.
Short for Packen, ‘bundle’.
- A bundle, something packaged, an unwieldy bag or sack, a bunch, bulky item, or tight (e.g. wrapped and/or laced) collection thereof, usually used in transportation, handling and storage.
- (attributively for another noun) some, several, many, a collection of, a pile of, a bundle of, a bunch of, a stack of
- Collective term for the forwards in rugby