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Meaning of “rucksack” - Learner’s Dictionary

rucksack

noun [C]     /ˈrʌksæk/ UK
a bag that you carry on your backHiking and orienteeringContainers for carrying personal possessions
Translations of “rucksack”
in Arabic حَقيبة ظَهْر…
in Korean 배낭…
in Malaysian beg mengembara…
in French sac à dos…
in Turkish sırt çantası…
in Italian zaino…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指徒步旅行或登山時背的)旅行包,背包…
in Russian рюкзак…
in Polish plecak…
in Vietnamese cái balô…
in Spanish mochila…
in Portuguese mochila…
in Thai กระเป๋าสะพายหลัง…
in German der Rucksack…
in Catalan motxilla…
in Japanese リュックサック…
in Indonesian ransel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指徒步旅行或登山时背的)旅行包,背包…
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