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hand luggagenoun [U]

uk   us   (also hand baggage) TRANSPORT
small bags that can be taken into the cabin of a plane by its passengers: This system will enable customers with only hand luggage to bypass check-in altogether and go straight to the departure gate. There is a five-kilo limit on hand baggage.
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