package

IPA: pˈækʌdʒ

noun

  • Something which is packed, a parcel, a box, an envelope.
  • Something which consists of various components, such as a piece of computer software.
  • (software) A piece of software which has been prepared in such a way that it can be installed with a package manager.
  • (uncountable, archaic) The act of packing something.
  • Something resembling a package.
  • A package holiday.
  • A football formation.
  • (euphemistic, vulgar) The male genitalia.
  • (uncountable, historical) A charge made for packing goods.
  • (journalism) A group of related stories spread over several pages.
  • (television, radio) Synonym of wrap (“complete news report ready for broadcast”)

verb

  • To pack or bundle something.
  • To travel on a package holiday.
  • To prepare (a book, a television series, etc.), including all stages from research to production, in order to sell the result to a publisher or broadcaster.

Examples of "package" in Sentences

  • The fabric wraps the package.
  • The package trip is optional.
  • The season package is renewable.
  • The pallet was filled with packages.
  • They were the coginee of the package.
  • Initially, the package is hermetical case.
  • These are the inverse of the package density.
  • There are instructions in the enclosed package.
  • Seattle as a package is a much more visually stunning city.
  • The EP was limited to 1000 copies and was packaged in a black clamshell case.
  • On TARGET system: for package in ` cat packages-on-DVD ` do QUERY = ` echo $package | cut - d ":" - f 2 `
  • Expedia, believing that the term "package" has a lot to do with customer skepticism, is running a contest on
  • And all I get when I ask customer service why I haven't received my package is an apology and an explanation that the weather is causing the delay.
  • A package with goods inside declared at $51 USD - it's a parcel from the USA - add on customs charges and handling handling being the large part and that's an extra *half the cost of the orginal package*.
  • Our earliest evidence for the phrase package store, I am informed by Joanne Despres at Merriam-Webster, “is an entry in the 1918 Addenda to the New International Dictionary originally published in 1909, where it is labeled ‘cant, U.S.’”
  • This package is the first crucial step in a concerted effort to create and save 3 to 4 million jobs, jumpstart our economy, and begin the process of transforming it for the 21st century with $275 billion in economic recovery tax cuts and $550 billion in thoughtful and carefully targeted priority investments with unprecedented accountability measures built in. ...

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