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Italian translation of “sack”

sack

noun
 
/sæk/ informal
a large, strong bag used to carry or keep things
sacco
a sack of potatoes
get the sack UK informal When someone gets the sack, they are told to leave their job.
venire licenziato
He got the sack from his last job.
(Definition of sack noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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