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Translation of "bag" - English-Portuguese dictionary

bag

noun   /bæɡ/
A1 a soft container made of paper, plastic, cloth, or other material, used for carrying things, especially things you have bought saco, sacola, saca a paper bag a shopping bag a bag of apples I was carrying three bags of shopping.
A1 a strong container made of leather, plastic, or other material, usually with a handle, in which you carry personal things or things that you need for travelling bolsa, mala I hadn’t even packed my bags (= put the things I need in bags).20991311
bags under your eyes
dark or loose skin under your eyes because of tiredness or old age bolsas 2098
(Definition of bag from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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