- v. present participle of compact.
“This is kind of compacting it all and trying to get the most of what we have and offering (horsemen) the most of what we can.”
“The company said by "compacting" the formula for powder detergent, consumers will be able to clean the same number of laundry loads using less detergent.”
“The U.S. will most likely be "compacting" its unit sizes over the coming years as most new conflicts will be "low intensity", the large units are World War and "Cold War" hold overs built for large battle fields ...”
“Then over millions of years, with further layers compacting and preserving the skeleton, it now stands as one of the most complete skeletons ever discovered.”
“The $5 million federally funded project will involve milling and grading the roadway down to its original elevation, compacting the road base, shoring up the historic retaining walls, providing drainage for groundwater and repaving the road.”
“Anything can be music, he said, even a vacuum cleaner or the grinding of a garbage truck compacting trash.”
“Simply enough thousands of years of snowfall piling up, compacting, freesing up, and not melting in the summer.”
“Also, consider that the antler is in sense acting as a plug, compacting the flesh and blood vessels and restricting blood flow (similar to a tourniquet).”
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