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knapsack

noun [C]  us   /ˈnæpˌsæk/
a small bag with straps that can hold it against a person’s back, leaving the arms free
Translations of “knapsack”
in Vietnamese ba lô…
in Spanish mochila…
in Thai เป้…
in Malaysian beg galas…
in French sac à dos…
in German der Tornister, der Rucksack…
in Chinese (Traditional) (徒步旅行者或登山者用的帆布或皮製的)小背包…
in Indonesian ransel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (徒步旅行者或登山者用的帆布或皮制的)小背包…
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