Meanings of "packed (with)"
To be full of things. "She is just packed with good ideas." Meaning she has many beneficial suggestions.
"packed (with)" в текстах
say it to Anders, Anders, Anders Anundsen
easy to be a rebel in your basement flat
packed with skeletons in my basement flat
I'm going to end up like you, cowardly
A well-dressed woman massaged the back of a Shinagawa Station congested and coughing.
In the crouching streets one early morning,
Another day for criminals who for their kind are hunting, jam-packed with the noise of peepers, experts, and speculating.
"You villains don't have the guts to look each other in the eye," the least self-aware of them all is shouting.
Us to ogle their legs, boys go nuts over that.
So it has to all come tumbling down:[fn]This section is jam packed with what comes out as nonsense in English. It is only slightly better in French, where there are some clever plays on words as well as words chosen strictly to make rhymes more than to make sense. I'll do my best to translate the words and leave it up to you to give it meaning.[/fn]
Men or even pigeons,
Escape from dystopia. Struggle for existence. No attachment to the life we've put off living.
A raven's cry. A maiden's smile. A 12m2 apartament packed with sexual defiencency.
All mankind is antisocial, sacrilegious, the apex of immorality.
And this is for the questions that don't have any answers
The midnight glancers and the topless dancers
The candid freaks, cars packed with speakers
The G's with the forties and the chicks with beepers