pack into

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pack someone or something into something

 and pack someone or something in
to press or push someone or something into something; to manage to get a lot of things or people into a place. The boys packed a lot of kids into a telephone booth as a gag. They packed in a lot of kids.
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pack into

v.
1. To fit, fill, or squeeze something into something else: The students packed their books into the trunk. She sure packed a lot of information into a two-minute speech.
2. To enter and occupy some space fully: The students packed into the assembly hall.
See also: pack