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adjective: compact
/kəmˈpakt,ˈkämˌpakt/
  1. 1.
    closely and neatly packed together; dense.
    "a compact cluster of houses"
    Similar:
    dense
    packed close
    close-packed
    tightly packed
    pressed together
    thick
    tight
    firm
    solid
    Opposite:
    loose
  2. 2.
    archaic
    composed or made up of.
    "towns compact of wooden houses"
verb
verb: compact; 3rd person present: compacts; past tense: compacted; past participle: compacted; gerund or present participle: compacting
/kəmˈpakt/
  1. exert force on (something) to make it more dense; compress.
    "the soil may be compacted by iron oxide"
    Similar:
    compress
    condense
    pack down
    press down
    tamp
    tamp down
    cram down
    ram down
    flatten
    Opposite:
    loosen
noun
noun: compact; plural noun: compacts
/ˈkämˌpakt/
  1. 1.
    a small flat case containing face powder, a mirror, and a powder puff.
  2. 2.
    something that is a small and conveniently shaped example of its kind.
    "a wide selection of films is available for your 35 mm compact"
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