One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘an audience of 500 in the packed conference hall’
crowded, full, filled, filled to capacity, thronged, mobbed, loaded, crammed, jammed, solid, packed like sardines, overcrowded, overfull, overloaded, brimful, alive, teeming, seething, swarming
informal jam-packed, chock-full, chock-a-block, wall-to-wall, full to the gunwales, bulging at the seams, bursting at the seams
British informal like Piccadilly Circus
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