|pack rat||wood rat|
|action of hitting, effect, force of collision, have an effect on something, influence, effect; colliding of two bodies; touch, press against; collide, crash; affect strongly, influence; pack in, squeeze in, press together forcefully, strike something||impact|
|add extra charge to insurance premium, amount carried in one trip, amount of drawn electrical power, charge added to mutual share price, device drawing electrical power, fill, burden, pack (with goods, cargo, etc.); overload, supply with an overly larg...||load|
|advance by shoving, ancient stringed instrument, audience or spectators, fill or pack something, gather together, group together; press in, herd or cram, large group of things, people gathered together, press near somebody, pressure somebody, public; l...||crowd|
|agreement, case for makeup, concise, pack something tightly, pack tightly together, condense; closely combine, consolidate; form, make up; contract together, form an agreement, packed tightly, pact, agreement; small folding cosmetic mirror; small car, ...||compact|
|amount contained in a pack, amount of food preserved, apply a compress to a body part, bag carried on the back, bundle, package; backpack; parcel, packet; group of animals (especially wolves, dogs etc.); group, crowd; cosmetic paste for the face; medic...||pack|
|arrange completely beforehand, bundle in advance, package in advance, pack in advance, package before sale||prepackage|
|bag carried on the back, knapsack; camping pack, carry something on the back, equipment carried on the back, hike with a backpack, hike with backpack, rucksack||backpack|
|bag used as ice pack||ice bag|
|belt for cassock, belt or band that passes around the stomach of a horse to hold a saddle or pack in place, strap around horse||surcingle|
|blister pack||bubble pack|
|block something up, crowd, cram together; pack in; become crowded together; become stuck; cause to be stuck; disrupt, interfere (as in radio signals); play music in a free and improvisational manner, crush part of body, difficult situation, fill someth...||jam|
|box, old vehicle, pack in a crate or box, put in crate, wooden box; old car, old plane, piece of junk (Slang)||crate|
|bubble pack, type of packaging||blister pack|
|capture, catch; arrest; steal, sac, pack, briefcase, pouch, satchel; game taken when hunting||bag|
|card used for fortune-telling, fortune-telling with cards, pack of 78 cards with picture symbols used for fortune-telling; art of tarot-card reading||tarot|
|carry a pack, wear a rucksack, carry a backpack, channel in the barrel of a boring tool, detachable compartment of a spacecraft, flock together, herd together (animals), herd of whales; group of birds||pod|
|carryall, medley, travel bag, pack (for holding clothes, etc.)||holdall|
|cleaning rod, control somebody strictly, push something through by force, rod for loading guns, rod used to pack or clean a firearm, stern or strict overseer||ramrod|
|compress, pack together tightly; stuff; fatten; gorge oneself (with food, etc.; study intensively, eat greedily, force into something, force to eat, period of intensive study, tightly packed state||cram|
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