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Packed vs. Pact — What's the Difference?

Packed vs. Pact — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Packed and Pact

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Packed

Crowded to capacity
A packed theater.

Pact

A pact, from Latin pactum ("something agreed upon"), is a formal agreement. In international relations, pacts are usually between two or more sovereign states.

Packed

Compressed
Ground covered with wet, heavily packed leaves.

Pact

A formal agreement, such as one between nations; a treaty.

Packed

(Informal) Filled with. Often used in combination
A thrill-packed television series.
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Pact

An arrangement between people; a compact.

Packed

Simple past tense and past participle of pack

Pact

An agreement; a compact; a covenant.
Write up a pact
New sisters at the sorority have to agree to the pact set out by the former members.

Packed

Put into a package.
Packed lunch

Pact

(international law) An agreement between two or more nations

Packed

Filled with a large number or large quantity of something.
Packed with goodness

Pact

(military) An alliance or coalition.

Packed

(colloquial) Filled to capacity with people.
The bus was packed and I couldn't get on.

Pact

(intransitive) To form a pact; to agree formally.

Packed

Same as jammed.

Pact

An agreement; a league; a compact; a covenant.
The engagement and pact of society which goes by the name of the constitution.

Packed

Crowded; as, the theater was packed.

Pact

A written agreement between two states or sovereigns

Packed

Filled to capacity;
A suitcase jammed with dirty clothes
Stands jam-packed with fans
A packed theater

Packed

Pressed together or compressed;
Packed snow

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