Associations to the word «Packing»
PACKING, verb. Present participle of pack
PACKING, noun. The action of the verb.
PACKING, noun. The action of putting things together, especially of putting clothes into a suitcase for a journey.
PACKING, noun. (sciences) (mathematics) The spatial arrangement of objects, items or constituent parts.
PACKING, noun. The gathering of birds, animals etc. into a pack.
PACKING, noun. (rugby) The forming of players into a scrum.
PACKING, noun. As a concrete noun.
PACKING, noun. Material used to fill in the space around something, especially to make a piston etc. watertight or airtight.
PACKING, noun. Material used to wrap a product for sale etc.; packaging.
PACKING, noun. A fee charged to cover the costs of packaging.
PACKING, noun. Special material used to fill containers or vessels for certain chemically related applications.
PACKING CASE, noun. A large, sturdy box or wooden crate used for the secure shipment of goods.
PACKING FUDGE, verb. Present participle of pack fudge
PACKING HEAT, verb. Present participle of pack heat
PACKING NEEDLE, noun. Large needle used for heavier sewing, such as sewing up canvas packages
PACKING ON, verb. Present participle of pack on
PACKING PLANT, noun. A manufacturing warehouse wherein product is prepared for shipping and handling
PACKING PLANTS, noun. Plural of packing plant
PACKING, noun. Any material used especially to protect something.
PACKING, noun. The enclosure of something in a package or box.
PACKING, noun. Carrying something in a pack on the back; "the backpacking of oxygen is essential for astronauts".
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