[pak-sad-l] /ˈpækˌsæd l/
a saddle specifically designed for holding or supporting the load on a pack animal.
a saddle hung with packs, equipment, etc, used on a pack animal
also pack-saddle, “saddle for supporting packs on the back of a mount,” late 14c., pakke sadil; from pack (n.) + saddle (n.).
- Pack shot
noun 1. (in television advertising) a close-up of the product being advertised, usually so that the viewer can register its logo and packaging
- Pack them in
Attract a large audience, as in A big star will always pack them in. This idiom alludes to tightly filling a hall. [ c. 1940 ]
[pak-thred] /ˈpækˌθrɛd/ noun 1. a strong thread or twine for sewing or tying up packages. /ˈpækˌθrɛd/ noun 1. a strong twine for sewing or tying up packages
[pak-treyn] /ˈpækˌtreɪn/ noun 1. a line or succession of animals, as mules or burros, used to transport food and supplies over terrain unsuitable for wagons or other vehicles.