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Packing

verb; other word formation type metaphor
To carry a weapon; to have a weapon concealed in a pocket Slang word used in Ebonics to express carrying something in your pocket, or to have somewhere on you or within your possession.
 
“I’m not packing a piece on me, officer.”
Etymology : from pack "to put together" + ing
Source : Cops (TV show) October 2010
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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