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Meaning of “bag” - Learner’s Dictionary

bag

noun [C]     /bæɡ/
CONTAINER
A1 a container made of paper, plastic, etc, used for carrying things: a paper/plastic bag He packed his bags and left.Bags in general
FOR WOMAN ( also handbag) mainly UK
a bag with handles in which a woman carries her money, keys, etcBags in general
AMOUNT
the amount a bag contains: It doesn't weigh more than a couple of bags of sugar.General words for size and amount
bags of sth mainly UK informal
a large amount of something: There's bags of room.Masses and large amounts of things
bags
Bags under your eyes are areas of loose or dark skin. →  See also carrier bag , let the cat out of the bag , shoulder bag , sleeping bag , tote bag The skin, and skin colour
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