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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.
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(Commerce) an independent firm specializing in design and production, as of illustrated books or television programmes which are sold to publishers or television companies as finished products
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packager[ˈpækɪdʒəʳ] N (Publishing, TV) → productora f
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n → Produktionsfirma f; (for books) → Redaktionsbüro nt
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