Definition of pack heat in English:

pack heat

North American informal Carry a gun.
More example sentences
  • What the thief didn't realize was the 80-year-old was packing heat.
  • Like I said, this weather better change soon before I start packing heat and I suddenly go crazy and climb a bell tower and try to shoot up the clouds.
  • But I'll bet half of those delegates, especially the rich ones, are packing heat at home to protect themselves.
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