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knapsacknoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈnæp.sæk/ UK old-fashioned or US
a bag carried on the back or over the shoulder, used especially by people who go walking or climbing for carrying food, clothes, etc.
Translations of “knapsack”
in Vietnamese ba lô…
in Spanish mochila…
in Thai เป้…
in Malaysian beg galas…
in French sac à dos…
in German der Tornister, der Rucksack…
in Chinese (Traditional) (徒步旅行者或登山者用的帆布或皮製的)小背包…
in Indonesian ransel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (徒步旅行者或登山者用的帆布或皮制的)小背包…
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