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Translation of "baggage" - English-Spanish dictionary

baggage

noun /ˈbӕɡidʒ/
luggage
equipaje
He sent his baggage on in advance.
baggage cart noun (American ) (also luggage cart) a cart used by passengers at an airport etc to carry their luggage.
carrito portaequipajes
We loaded our suitcases onto the baggage cart.
Translations of “baggage”
in Arabic أمْتِعة…
in Korean 수하물…
in Malaysian bagasi…
in French bagages…
in Turkish bagaj, eşya, şu an içinde bulunulan hali de etkileyen geçmişten gelen hisler ve tecrübeler…
in Italian bagaglio, bagagli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 旅行袋, 行李…
in Russian багаж, опыт…
in Polish bagaż…
in Vietnamese hành lý…
in Portuguese bagagem…
in Thai กระเป๋าเดินทาง…
in German das Gepäck…
in Catalan equipatge…
in Japanese (旅行の)荷物, 手荷物…
in Indonesian bagasi, koper…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅行袋, 行李…
(Definition of baggage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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