bag noun translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "bag" - English-Turkish dictionary


noun [C]
CONTAINER A1 a container made of paper, plastic, etc, used for carrying things
kağıt, plastik vb. maddeden yapılmış torba
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, etc
çanta, bayanların eşyalarını koydukları çanta
Bags in general
AMOUNT the amount a bag contains
çanta dolusu, torba dolusu, yığınla
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
çantalar, torbalar dolusu, çok, epeyce
There's bags of room.Masses and large amounts of things
bags Bags under your eyes are areas of loose or dark skin.
gözaltı torbacıkları
→  See also carrier bag , let the cat out of the bag , shoulder bag , sleeping bag , tote bag The skin, and skin colour
(Definition of bag noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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