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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpackedpacked /pækt/ ●○○ adjective  1 FULLextremely full of people a packed courtroompacked with The island was packed with tourists.see thesaurus at full2 packed with/full of something3 [not before noun]DLTPUT if you are packed, you have put everything you need into cases ready to go somewhere4 tightly/loosely/densely packed
Examples from the Corpus
packedThe plane was packed, because a previous flight had been cancelled.The club is so popular that it's usually packed by 9 o'clock.Waterproofs, wellingtons or other strong footwear and a packed lunch.I'd just as soon make do with a packed lunch.There was a packed public gallery as the charges were formally read out by the court clerk.packed snowa packed theatreBoy, the zoo is packed today.On the day of her funeral the church was packed with friends and relatives.St Peter's Square was packed with tourists.Are you packed yet?packed withThe hotels were packed with tourists.The new tourist guide is packed with useful information
From Longman Business Dictionarypackedpacked /pækt/ adjective extremely full of people or thingsThe president of Automobili Lamborghini introduced the new model at a packed press conference yesterday.