Phrasal Verb: pack out

January 30, 2010 by Angela

To pack out somewhere (or pack somewhere out) is to fill a place with people.

British English.

If a place is packed out (adjective) it is full of people.

Examples of use:

1. Stevie Wonder always packs out stadiums when he puts on concerts.

2. The football stadium was packed out.

infinitive
pack out
present simple
pack out and packs out
-ing form
packing out
past simple
packed out
past participle
packed out

Have you been to a place that was packed out?

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