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luggage

noun [U] uk   us   /ˈlʌɡ.ɪdʒ/ mainly UK (US usually baggage)
A2 the bags, suitcases, etc. that contain your possessions and that you take with you when you are travelling: We bought some new luggage for our trip. Never leave your luggage unattended.UK hand luggage (= small bags that you take with you onto the plane)
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in Arabic أمْتِعة…
in Korean 짐…
in Malaysian bagasi…
in French (à) bagage(s)…
in Turkish bagaj, yük, eşya…
in Italian bagaglio, bagagli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行李箱,行李…
in Russian багаж…
in Polish bagaż, bagaże…
in Vietnamese hành lý…
in Spanish equipaje…
in Portuguese bagagem…
in Thai กระเป๋าเดินทาง…
in German das Gepäck, Gepäck-……
in Catalan equipatge…
in Japanese (旅行用)かばん…
in Indonesian kopor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行李箱,行李…
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