What Is This Word Package?

noun. a bundle of something, usually of small or medium size, that is packed and wrapped or boxed; parcel. a container, as a box or case, in which something is or may be packed. something conceived of as a compact unit having particular characteristics: That child is a package of mischief.

Something used to pack an object or group of objects

“Does the final pack or package include just the tray, or the tray and header bag, or the shelf pack too?”

A collection or group of things or objects packaged together

“Police chiefs have announced a whole package of radical proposals aimed at streamlining policing.”

A circumstance in which two or more items are provided together

“Google Maps comes as part of the package if you opt for the Google Mobile App suite.”

A product and or service made to address a specific need

A container with a flat base and sides, typically square or rectangular and having a lid

A software application

Lunch pail

A set of parts used to assemble something

A single delivery or collection of mail

A cylindrical metal container

A large roll of fabric or similar material

A person who has arrived somewhere

To wrap or put items into a box or container

“My older sister Annie was helping me package all of the food and toys in boxes for the event.”

To promote or advertise as being

“Arcturus has been poorly served over the years, especially in its paperback incarnations where lazy editors have tried to package it as some kind of sword and sorcery adventure.”

To fold inwards or wrap up

To form a cluster or group

To compress computer files into a single and smaller file

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