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sack

noun
 
 
/sæk/
[C] a large bag made of paper, plastic, or cloth and used to carry or store things
мешок
Bags in general
the sack UK B2 When someone gets the sack or is given the sack, they are told to leave their job.
увольнение
He got the sack from his last job.Firing staff and being fired
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 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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 袋子, 大布袋, 麻袋…
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