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Definition of pack drill in English:

noun

A military punishment of marching up and down carrying full equipment.
Example sentences
  • In the interests of anonymity, I cannot name names or call a pack drill.

Phrases

no names, no pack drill

1
Punishment will be prevented if names and details are not mentioned: that way there’s no names, no pack drill - if anyone asks, I’ve never heard of you, ok?
More example sentences
  • At the very petrol station I mentioned, I encountered the charming commander - no names, no pack drill - of the aforementioned task force.
  • You know me - no names, no pack drill, no plot leaks.
  • OK, there might be the odd personality clash with one or two senior members of the cabinet - no names, no pack drill - but this has more to do with unrequited personal ambition than strategic direction.

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