Packed vs Packaged - What's the difference?

packed | packaged |


As verbs the difference between packed and packaged

is that packed is (pack) while packaged is (package).

As an adjective packed

is put into a package.

packed

English

Verb

(head)
  • (pack)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Put into a package.
  • Filled with a large number or large quantity of something.
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  • (colloquial) Filled to capacity with people.
  • packaged

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (package)

  • package

    Noun

  • Something which is packed, a parcel, a box, an envelope.
  • Something which consists of various components, such as a piece of computer software.
  • Did you test the software package to ensure completeness?
  • (label) A piece of software which has been prepared in such a way that it can be installed with a package manager.
  • The act of packing something.
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  • Something resembling a package.
  • A package holiday.
  • A football formation.
  • the "dime" defensive package
    For third and short, they're going to bring in their jumbo package.
  • (euphemistic, vulgar) The male genitalia.
  • A charge made for packing goods.
  • Verb

    (packag)
  • To pack or bundle something.
  • To travel on a package holiday.
  • References

    * English euphemisms