Definition of pack on (the) poundschiefly US, informal
- Americans are continuing to pack on the pounds.
- He hopes to pack on 20 pounds of muscle before the competition.
: a bundle arranged for convenience in carrying especially on the back
: a group or pile of related objects
: a number of individual components packaged as a unit
: to make into a compact bundle
: to fill completely
: to fill with packing
: to influence the composition of so as to bring about a desired result
: to arrange (the cards in a pack) so as to cheat
: any of various units of mass and weight
: the basic monetary unit of the United Kingdom —called also pound sterling
: any of numerous basic monetary units of other countries (such as Egypt, Lebanon, Syria) — see Money Table
: an enclosure for animals
: a depot for holding impounded personal property until redeemed by the owner
: a place or condition of confinement
: to reduce to powder or pulp by beating
: to strike heavily or repeatedly
: to produce with or as if with repeated vigorous strokes
: an act or sound of pounding
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