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sack

noun [C] (BAG)
袋子
 
 
/sæk/
a large bag made of strong cloth, paper or plastic, used to store large amounts of something
大布袋;麻袋;大纸袋;大塑料袋
The corn was stored in large sacks.
玉米装在大麻袋里。
a sack of potatoes/coal/flour
一袋马铃薯/煤/面粉
→  See also haversack , knapsack , rucksack Bags in generalContainers for carrying personal possessions
US a paper or plastic bag used to carry things bought in a food shop
食品购物袋
a sack of groceries
一袋食品杂货
Bags in general
Translations of “sack”
in Arabic جِوال, زَكيبة…
in Korean 부대자루…
in Malaysian pundi, kantung…
in French sac…
in Turkish çuval, büyük torba…
in Italian sacco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 袋子, 大布袋, 麻袋…
in Russian мешок…
in Polish worek…
in Vietnamese bao tải…
in Spanish saco…
in Portuguese saco…
in Thai กระสอบ…
in German der Sack…
in Catalan sac…
in Japanese ずだ袋, 大袋…
in Indonesian karung…
(Definition of sack noun (BAG) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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