English version

packed with/full of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpacked with/full of somethingpacked with/full of somethingFULLcontaining a lot of a particular type of thing a new magazine packed with exciting recipes packed
Examples from the Corpus
packed with/full of somethingFortunately, there are many Web sites packed full of copyright-free graphics and other components.Zest also includes a 16 page motivation section packed full of ideas about how to get in great shape.This beautiful little fishing town is packed full of narrow winding cobbled streets and colourful terraced houses.Ragu's also packed full of other good things, like herbs and spices.This final line-up was packed full of skilled musicians, each of whom had his own musical statement to make.They're packed full of Vitamin C to keep your eyes fresh and revitalised.
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