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duffel bag

noun [C] (also duffle bag) uk   us   /ˈdʌf.l̩ˌbæɡ/
UK a tube-shaped cloth bag with a circular bottom and a thick string at the top that is used to close it and carry it US a long bag used for carrying clothes, etc. when you are travelling
Translations of “duffel bag”
in Korean 더플 백…
in Arabic كيس قُماشي ضَخم…
in Portuguese bolsa de viagem…
in Catalan bossa de viatge…
in Japanese ダッフルバッグ(旅行用の大きな布のかばん)…
in Italian zaino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 圓筒包,收口提袋…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圆筒包,收口提袋…
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