packaged


Also found in: Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to packaged: packaged software

pack·age

 (păk′ĭj)
n.
1. A wrapped or boxed object; a parcel: A package arrived in the mail.
2. A container or wrapping in which something is stored, transported, or sold: had trouble opening the package.
3. A commodity, such as food, contained in a package and sold as a unit: a package of peanuts.
4. A combination of items considered, offered, or sold as a unit: a vacation travel package.
5. Vulgar Slang A man's genitals.
tr.v. pack·aged, pack·ag·ing, pack·ag·es
1. To place into a package or make a package of.
2. To present or publicize in a certain way: packaged his life story as a romance with a happy ending.
3. To consider, offer, or sell as a unit: packaged the furniture and the TV at a sale price.

pack′ag·er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.packaged - enclosed in a package or protective coveringpackaged - enclosed in a package or protective covering; "packaged cereals"
unpackaged - not packaged or put into packets; "unpackaged nuts"
References in periodicals archive ?
6 million lb but will grow only around 3%/yr, as the products packaged with overwrap are generally low-growth items.
Waste Environment Today, a British trade publication, reports that real consumer prices for some packaged products have jumped 13 percent since the take-back law took effect.
It provides analysis of the packaging trends in each packaged food sector (dairy products, sauces, dressings and condiments, canned food, baby food and oils and fats) and monitors market performance by pack type including industry penetration levels, end-use applications, new product developments and potential growth categories.
High-output, water-quenched, downward-extruded bubbles may require different nylon formulations for medical use because an amorphous film often has more memory and shrinkage around the product being packaged.
A common approach to SiP design is to stack packaged die -- package-on-package (PoP) or package-in-package (PiP) -- because the "Known Good Die" problem is caused by an inability to test a bare die completely before assembly.
Entries are evaluated on the following criteria: innovation, breadth of application, impact on industry or consumer, marketing innovation of the packaged product, and impact of the packaging on consumer or industry buying decision.
Foods are packaged to protect them and keep them in good condition while they are delivered to shops, stacked on shelves or stored at home.
Our innovative solutions enable design teams to concurrently analyze and optimize the IC together with the Package and the Packaged IC on the PCB.