Pack one's bags

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Definition

to pack one's bags: to put one's possessions into one's bags; to prepare to leave
verb
My sister is packing her bags tonight, because she's going on holiday tomorrow.

to pack one's things: to put one's possessions in a bag, a car, etc.
verb

Examples

  • "Just as I was packing up my things, Horatio stumbled into my office wearing nothing but a loincloth."
  • "In January of 1980, Bruno took the little money he had, packed his bags, and with his loyal dog Stink, left Paris to explore the world."
  • "Bruno took the little money he had earned, packed his bags, and with his loyal dog Stink, left Paris to explore the world."
  • "Brian pack your bags."
  • "Bruno took the little money he had, packed his bags, and with his loyal dog Stink, left Paris to explore the world."
  • "I'll just go home and pack my bags quickly."
  • "In January of 1980, Bruno took the little money he had earned, packed his bags, and with his loyal dog Stink, set off to explore the world."
  • "Bruno took the little money he had earned, packed his bags, and with his loyal dog Stink, set off to explore the world."
  • "Pack your things and leave at once."
  • "In January of 1980, Bruno took the little money he had earned, packed his bags, and with his loyal dog Stink, left Paris to explore the world."

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