pack something out

pack something out
carry something away rather than leaving it behind (used esp. with respect to refuse at remote campsites)

pack out any garbage you have left

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ˌpack sthˈout derived
(of shows, performers, etc.) to attract enough people to completely fill a theatre, etc

The band can still pack out concert halls.

see also packed out
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Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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