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suitcasenoun [C]

us   /ˈsutkeɪs/
a large container with a handle and often with wheels for carrying clothes and possessions while traveling: Have you packed your suitcase yet?
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suitcasenoun [C]

uk   /ˈsuːt.keɪs/ /ˈsjuːt.keɪs/ us   /ˈsuːt.keɪs/ UK also case
A2 a large, rectangular container with a handle, for carrying clothes and possessions while travelling: Have you packed/unpacked your suitcase yet?

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Translations of “suitcase”
in Arabic حَقيبة سَفَر…
in Korean 여행 가방…
in Portuguese mala…
in Catalan maleta…
in Japanese スーツケース…
in Chinese (Simplified) (旅行用的)手提箱…
in Turkish bavul, valiz…
in Russian чемодан…
in Chinese (Traditional) (旅行用的)手提箱…
in Italian valigia…
in Polish walizka…
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