Definition of 'packing'
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Instead of a forest we had ladders and packing cases. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both prices include postage and packing. The Sun (2016)They are bound for tropical climes, with something magical in one of their packing cases. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It would beat working in a boring office or packing boxes in a factory. The Sun (2010)The moon makes sure work ideas stand out to send any rivals packing. The Sun (2012)Both offers include post and packing charges. The Sun (2015)Both offers come with post and packing included. The Sun (2015)All these prices include post and packing. The Sun (2011)All offers are inclusive of post and packing. The Sun (2013)All offer prices include post and packing charges. The Sun (2015)So get collecting then get packing! The Sun (2010)Grab your case and get packing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The offer also includes five free sachets of plant food, and postage and packing is free. The Sun (2016)Once you know your bags are the right size, get packing. The Sun (2013)But it's the packing that really gets me down. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Years go by and the books are still in the packing cases, the shelves still empty. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Wooden packing cases, logs and branches of trees. Man of Honour (2007)FOR the lucky ones it is time to brush up on your packing skills and get handy. The Sun (2008)I think she'd better get packing. The Sun (2015)The charity calendar is 7.99 plus 1.50 postage and packing. The Sun (2008)Both offers include postage and packing, saving another 4.95. The Sun (2015)It was just a huge packing box with a pen drawing inside of chairs and things, but to him it was a castle and the perfect present. The Sun (2013)The economics of postage and packing may mean that discount retailing remains largely, if not wholly, a bricks rather than clicks activity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I spent my first summer there going in with the workers at 7am and helping out, counting yarns in the warehouse and packing boxes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'packing'
British English: packing NOUN
Packing is the paper, plastic, or other material which is put round things that are being sent somewhere.
My fingers shook as I pulled the packing from the box.
Definition of packing from the Collins English Dictionary
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