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pocketbooknoun [C]

uk   /ˈpɒk.ɪt.bʊk/  us   /ˈpɑː.kɪt-/ US
a woman's ​handbag: I need a new pocketbook to go with these ​shoes.sb's pocketbook the ​money that someone has, or someone's ​ability to ​pay for things: These new ​taxlaws will ​hit everyone's pocketbook. Voters don't all ​realize how much the ​results could ​affecttheir pocketbooks.
(Definition of pocketbook from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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pocketbooknoun [C]

 us   /ˈpɑk·ɪtˌbʊk/ (also bag, handbag, purse)
a bag, often with a ​handle or a ​strap going over the ​shoulder, used esp. by women for ​carryingmoney and ​smallitems such as ​keys: I have a ​map in my pocketbook. Someone’s pocketbook is that person's ​finances or ​ability to ​pay for something: The ​salestaxhitsconsumers in the pocketbook.
(Definition of pocketbook from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “pocketbook”
en árabe حَقيبة يَدّ نِسائيّة…
en coreano 핸드백…
en portugués bolsa feminina…
en catalán bossa de mà…
en japonés ハンドバッグ…
en chino (simplificado) 女用手提包…
en turco para cüzdanı, gelir, kazanç…
en ruso женская сумка, карман, деньги…
en chino (tradicionál) 女用手提包…
en italiano borsetta…
en polaco torebka, kieszeń…
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