what is difference between backpacking and packing
- present participle of backpack
- hiking and camping overnight in backcountry with one’s gear carried in a backpack.
- low-cost, generally urban, travel with minimal luggage and frugal accommodations.
From Middle English pakkyng; equivalent to pack (“verb and noun senses”) + -ing.
- (UK) IPA(key): /ˈpakɪŋ/
- (US) IPA(key): /ˈpækɪŋ/
- Rhymes: -ækɪŋ
- present participle of pack
packing (plural packings)
- The action of the verb.
- The action of putting things together, especially of putting clothes into a suitcase for a journey.
- (sciences, mathematics) The spatial arrangement of objects, items or constituent parts.
- The gathering of birds, animals etc. into a pack.
- (rugby) The forming of players into a scrum.
- As a concrete noun.
- Material used to fill in the space around something, especially to make a piston etc. watertight or airtight.
- Material used to wrap a product for sale etc.; packaging.
- A fee charged to cover the costs of packaging.
- Special material used to fill containers or vessels for certain chemically related applications.
- Packing in a packed bed, or a column such as a distillation column or a chromatography column
- packing case
- packing plant
- packing room
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