There are 2 translations of pack in Spanish:

pack1

Pronunciation: /pæk/

n

  • 1 c (bundle, load) fardo (m); (rucksack) mochila (f) (before n) pack animal bestia (f) de carga
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    • When your entry fee is received you will be sent an information pack confirming your venue for the first round and giving you lots of details about Westport and this great event.
    • For classes, some books go on reserve, some materials go into course packs, and some copied excerpts are handed out in class.
    • These are now planning public meetings, mass leafleting, education packs and street stalls to let as many people as possible know about the upcoming protests and events.
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    • And now that you're carrying half the weight, why use a seven-pound backpack when a three-pound pack is fine?
    • When a person carries a loaded backpack, the pack too moves up and down the same distance at the same time.
    • While the knife is designed for tactical backup, there's nothing that says you can't stick it in a backpack or hunting pack.
  • 2 c 2.1 (packet, package) paquete (m) a pack of cigarettes (esp AmE) un paquete or una cajetilla or (RPl) una cajilla de cigarrillos you can buy a starter pack for £549 te puedes comprar el equipo básico por 549 libras teaching pack material (m) para el profesor (para la enseñanza de un tema) 2.2 (BrE) (of cards) baraja (f), mazo (m) (de naipes or cartas) (esp AmL)
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    • Julie handed me a large piece of paper divided into four parts and a pack of pencil crayons.
    • I picked up a battery charger and a pack of rechargeable AAA batteries.
    • And guess how much a pack of 10 chicken wings costs in here?
  • 3 c 3.1 (of animals) a pack of wolves una manada de lobos a pack of hounds [Sport] una jauría to run with the pack seguir* la corriente 3.2 (in race) pelotón (m) 3.3 (in rugby) delanteros (mpl)
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    • The forward packs from both teams appear to be where the strength lies.
    • A forward from the pack should lead the team and spur them on.
    • It's easy to make parallels between the back rows but really a back row is only as good as the forward pack in front of it.
  • 5 c 5.1 (compress) compresa (f) 5.2 (cosmetic) mascarilla (f)
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    • Frostbite is a recognized danger of the use of cold packs of ice therapy for sports injuries and soft tissue trauma.
    • They are often painful, and you may wish to apply a cold pack straight after the injury.
    • Benign interventions include hot and cold packs, bandages, canes, lotions, vitamins and nutritional supplements.
  • 6 u pack ice

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There are 2 translations of pack in Spanish:

pack2

vt

  • 1 1.1 [Busn] [goods/products] (put into container) envasar; (make packets with) empaquetar; (for transport) embalar
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    • Katelyn walked into her room, sitting down on her bed and watching Mary pack her small pink backpack with clothes to wear while over at the Hayes.
    • Should we be stocking up on water and packing an evacuation bag?
    • Maybe I should pack my bag and grab the next flight north.
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    • Sharon and Jane say they would normally suggest putting items into storage or packing them away in readiness for moving house.
    • Dry them before you pack them into their containers or plastic bag and then put them in your luggage.
    • His daily tasks include sorting out orders, packing the goods and transporting them to customers.
    1.2 (put into suitcase, bag) the goods are packed ready for shipping las mercancías están embaladas y listas para ser despachadas I worked packing toys trabajé embalando juguetes I packed my clothes and left hice la maleta or (RPl) la valija y me fui, empaqué (mi ropa) y me fui (AmL) have you packed your toothbrush? ¿llevas el cepillo de dientes? I packed the kids' lunches preparé el almuerzo or (esp Esp, Méx) la comida de los niños (para llevar al colegio etc) 1.3 (fill) have you packed your suitcase yet? ¿ya has hecho la maleta or (RPl) la valija?, ¿ya has empacado? (AmL) she threatened to pack her bags unless … amenazó con irse ( or dejarlo etc) si no …
  • 2 2.1 (press tightly together) pack the soil (down) firmly apisone bien la tierrato pack sth into sth you certainly packed a lot into your vacation no cabe duda de que aprovechaste bien las vacaciones 2.2 (cram full) pack the gaps tightly rellena bien los huecos the play packed the theater for months la obra llenó or abarrotó el teatro durante meses the hall was packed with people la sala estaba atestada or abarrotada de gente
  • 3 (carry, possess) [colloquial/familiar] [gun] llevar
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    • The final line-up for this year's Grassington Festival has been completed and is jammed packed with great entertainment for all.
    • The next few weeks in Kilcoo will be jammed packed with activities and events to suit all tastes.
    • For me though, this weekend was more notable for being packed with stuff that I didn't go to, and didn't miss.
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    • Besides the well worn dusty cowboy boots he was also packing a gun under his green T-shirt.
    • Most of the CCW pistol packers I know, who pack daily, are the ones who need something stiff in their pocket to remind them of days gone by while they lust for the chance to save the day.
  • 4 (fill with sympathizers) to pack a jury formar un jurado tendencioso

vi

  • 1 1.1 (fill suitcase) hacer* las maletas or (RPl) las valijas, empacar* (AmL) 1.2 [object] the books packed neatly into the box los libros cupieron muy bien en la caja the table packs flat for storage la mesa se puede guardar totalmente plegada send 1 2
  • 2 (squeeze)to pack into sth the crowd packed into the station el gentío se apiñó en la estación we can't all pack into one car no nos podemos meter todos en un coche

Phrasal verbs

pack away

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
(for storage) [clothes] guardar; (for transport) [equipment] embalar I packed my winter clothes away in a trunk guardé la ropa de invierno en un baúl

pack down

v + adv
[Sport] formar la melé or el scrum

pack in

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
(quit) [colloquial/familiar] [job] dejar I'm going to pack in smoking voy a dejar de fumar she wants to pack in university quiere dejar or [familiar/colloquial] plantar la carrera pack it in! ¡para ya! [familiar/colloquial], ¡ya párale! (Méx) [familiar/colloquial], ¡terminala! (RPl) [familiar/colloquial], ¡ya córtala! (Chi) [familiar/colloquial] I'm packing it in for today ya basta por hoy 1.1 2.1 (cram in) we managed to pack in 50 people pudimos meter a 50 personas we were only there for a weekend, but we packed a lot in solo estuvimos un fin de semana pero hicimos un montón de cosas [familiar/colloquial] we can't pack anybody else in ya no podemos meter a nadie más 2.2 (draw) [crowds] atraer* a the movie's packing them in la película es un éxito de taquilla

pack off

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
despachar, mandar she packed the children off to school mandó a los niños al colegio

pack out

v + o + adv, v + adv + o (BrE)
[stadium/theater] abarrotar, llenar de bote en bote the theater was packed out el teatro estaba de bote en bote or estaba repleto

pack up

v + adv 1.1 (assemble belongings) liar* el petate, hacer* su itacate (Méx) 1.2 (stop) [colloquial/familiar] let's pack up for the day dejémoslo por hoy 1.3 (break down) [colloquial/familiar] [motor/radio] dejar de funcionar, descomponerse* (esp AmL) , tronarse* (Méx) [familiar/colloquial] the batteries packed up at the crucial moment se acabaron las pilas en el momento crucial 1.1v + o + adv, v + adv + o 2.1 [tools] recoger*, guardar pack up your belongings recoge tus bártulos 2.2pack in 1

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Word of the day mandíbula
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Cultural fact of the day

Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.