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Definition of package
1an object or group of objects wrapped in paper or plastic, or packed in a box. North American the box or bag in which things are packed. informal a man’s genitals. 2 (also package deal) a set of proposals or terms offered or agreed to as a whole:a package of economic reforms 3 Computing a collection of programs or subroutines with related functionality.
verb [with object]
1put into a box or wrapping, especially for sale:choose products that are packaged in recyclable materials (as adjective packaged)packaged foods combine (various products) for sale as one unit:films would be packaged with the pictures of a production company commission and produce (a book, typically a highly illustrated one) to sell as a complete product to publishers:it’s a question of trying to package the book properly 2present (someone or something) in a particular way, especially to make them more attractive: (as adjective, with submodifier packaged)everything became a carefully packaged photo opportunity