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baggage

noun [U]  us   /ˈbæɡ·ɪdʒ/

baggage noun [U] (BAGS)

the bags that you take with you when you travel; luggage : How many pieces of baggage do you have?

baggage noun [U] (FEELINGS)

the beliefs and feelings that you have which influence how you think and behave: Everybody brings their own baggage to viewing a work of art.
Translations of “baggage”
in Arabic أمْتِعة…
in Korean 수하물…
in Malaysian bagasi…
in French bagages…
in Turkish bagaj, eşya, şu an içinde bulunulan hali de etkileyen geçmişten gelen hisler ve tecrübeler…
in Italian bagaglio, bagagli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 旅行袋, 行李…
in Russian багаж, опыт…
in Polish bagaż…
in Vietnamese hành lý…
in Spanish equipaje…
in Portuguese bagagem…
in Thai กระเป๋าเดินทาง…
in German das Gepäck…
in Catalan equipatge…
in Japanese (旅行の)荷物, 手荷物…
in Indonesian bagasi, koper…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅行袋, 行李…
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