Package Definition

păkĭj
packaged, packages, packaging
noun
packages
The act or process of packing.
Webster's New World
A wrapped or boxed thing or group of things; parcel.
Webster's New World
A container, wrapping, etc., esp. one in which a commodity is packed for sale.
Webster's New World
A commodity, such as food, contained in a package and sold as a unit.
A package of peanuts.
American Heritage
A combination of items considered, offered, or sold as a unit.
A vacation travel package.
American Heritage
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verb
packaged, packages, packaging
To place into a package or make a package of.
American Heritage
To wrap or box, as for transporting, carrying, etc.
Webster's New World
To wrap or seal (a commodity) in a container, wrappings, etc. designed to attract purchasers.
Webster's New World
To otherwise offer or present in an attractive or enticing way as if for commercial consumption.
To package a political candidate.
Webster's New World
To put together or offer as a unit.
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adjective
Designating or of a plan, offer, etc. by which a number of items are offered as an inseparable unit.
Package deal, package tour.
Webster's New World

Other Word Forms of Package

Noun

Singular:
package
Plural:
packages

Origin of Package

  • From pack + -age (act of packaging) or from cognate Dutch pakkage.

    From Wiktionary

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