Found 3 items, similar to parcel.
English → Indonesian
balutan, bingkisan, bungkus, bungkusan
English → English
n 1: a wrapped container [syn: package
2: the result of parcelling out or sharing; “death gets more
than its share of attention from theologicans”
3: an extended area of land [syn: tract
, piece of land
, piece of ground
, parcel of land
4: a collection of things wrapped or boxed together [syn: package
v 1: divide into parts; “The developers parceled the land”
2: cover with strips of canvas; “parcel rope”
3: make into a wrapped container
English → English
, n. [F. parcelle a small part, fr. (assumed)
LL. particella, dim. of L. pars. See Part
, n., and cf.
1. A portion of anything taken separately; a fragment of a
whole; a part. [Archaic] “A parcel of her woe.”
Two parcels of the white of an egg. --Arbuthnot.
The parcels of the nation adopted different forms of
self-government. --J. A.
2. (Law) A part; a portion; a piece; as, a certain piece of
land is part and parcel of another piece.
3. An indiscriminate or indefinite number, measure, or
quantity; a collection; a group.
This youthful parcel
Of noble bachelors stand at my disposing. --Shak.
4. A number or quantity of things put up together; a bundle;
a package; a packet.
'Tis like a parcel sent you by the stage. --Cowper.
Bill of parcels
. See under 6th Bill
, an office where parcels are received for
keeping or forwarding and delivery.
, that department of the post office concerned
with the collection and transmission of parcels; also, the
transmission through the parcel post deparment; as, to
send a package by parcel post. See parcel post
Part and parcel
. See under Part
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Parceled
p. pr. & vb. n. Parceling
1. To divide and distribute by parts or portions; -- often
with out or into. “Their woes are parceled, mine are
These ghostly kings would parcel out my power.
The broad woodland parceled into farms. --Tennyson.
2. To add a parcel or item to; to itemize. [R.]
That mine own servant should
Parcel the sum of my disgraces by
Addition of his envy. --Shak.
3. To make up into a parcel; as, to parcel a customer's
purchases; the machine parcels yarn, wool, etc.
To parcel a rope
(Naut.), to wind strips of tarred canvas
tightly arround it. --Totten.
To parcel a seam
(Naut.), to cover it with a strip of
, a. & adv.
Part or half; in part; partially. --Shak. [Sometimes hyphened
with the word following.]
The worthy dame was parcel-blind. --Sir W.
One that . . . was parcel-bearded [partially bearded].
, a half poet; a poor poet. [Obs.] --B. Jonson.