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English definition of “bags under someone's eyes”

bags under someone's eyes

dark circles, sometimes with loose or swollen skin, under the eyes, usually as a result of being tired or ill: I'd been up late the night before , and I had huge bags under my eyes.
(Definition of bags under someone's eyes from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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