Definition of pack something in in English:

pack something in

informal Give up an activity or job.
More example sentences
  • I’ve half a mind to pack the whole thing in.
  • I think I'll pack the diet in for a while and just concentrate on the fitness side.
  • He's packing the job in next month.
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