Definition of 'packet'
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Pay packets are therefore largely determined by the skills and acumen of other financiers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These should be just as discouraged as the cigarette packets. The Sun (2016)Meanwhile, cook the rice according to packet instructions. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Switching suppliers online can save a packet - but it is still too complex. The Sun (2016)When I got my first proper wage packet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)SOME crumpets contain as much salt as three packets of crisps, a study found. The Sun (2016)How can I consider not eating this entire packet of biscuits? Times, Sunday Times (2016)HERE'S a crisp that really costs a packet - around 9 each. The Sun (2016)Special promotional packets can be found next to copies of The Sun or at the tills. The Sun (2016)No tweets over price of a packet of crisps then, Gary? The Sun (2016)That is a wage packet that can cover any number of drawbacks. Times, Sunday Times (2006)See cooking instructions on the rice packet. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)He threw away his cigarette and it set light to a pile of empty crisp packets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Workers can also boost donations by giving money through their pay packets. Times, Sunday Times (2006)As well as a packet of biscuits. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Keep opened packets in airtight plastic containers or store in the freezer or fridge. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Large pay packets are not intrinsically evil. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We heard the snipers were winning packets of cigarettes for hitting the correct number of targets. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But companies can lose a packet in all sorts of ways. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then the brunette walked over to me and got out a small packet. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Buy a big packet of raisins and just fill up an already emptied box. The Sun (2014)You still have a few hours left to sign up and save a packet. The Sun (2015)Companies would make up the remainder of the wage packets and retrain the idle staff. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Counting the grains of rice in a packet? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He also grabbed a packet of crisps from the bar area. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)They marched for the dignity of bringing home a pay packet. The Sun (2015)In the corner is a large packet of ham. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sometimes finding half a forgotten packet in a coat pocket can be enough to change my whole mood. The Sun (2012)Or does it give you the opportunity to stock up on those little bars of soap and packets of biscuits? The Sun (2012)Except it costs us a packet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The firm was handling almost four billion letters, packets and parcels a year. The Sun (2015)Proposals include removing price controls from all packets and parcels weighing more than 750g. Times, Sunday Times (2010)To claim your free packet, download your voucher online. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'packet'
British English: packet /ˈpækɪt/ NOUN
A packet is a small box, bag, or envelope in which a quantity of something is sold.
The packet says the product contains cream.
- American English: packet
- Arabic: رُزْمَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pacote
- Chinese: 小包
- Croatian: omot
- Czech: balíček
- Danish: pakke
- Dutch: pakje
- European Spanish: paquete pequeño
- Finnish: paketti
- French: paquet
- German: Päckchen
- Greek: πακέτο
- Italian: pacchetto
- Japanese: 小さな包み
- Korean: 작은 꾸러미
- Norwegian: pakke
- Polish: pakiet
- European Portuguese: pacote
- Romanian: ambalaj
- Russian: упаковка продаваемого товара
- Spanish: paquete
- Swedish: paket
- Thai: ห่อของเล็กๆ
- Turkish: paket
- Ukrainian: пакет
- Vietnamese: gói nhỏ
Definition of packet from the Collins English Dictionary
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