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Meaning of “suitcase” - Learner’s Dictionary

suitcase

noun [C]     /ˈsuːtkeɪs/
A2 a rectangular case with a handle that you use for carrying clothes when you are travelling: to pack your suitcase General and miscellaneous containers
Translations of “suitcase”
in Korean 여행 가방…
in Arabic حَقيبة سَفَر…
in Portuguese mala…
in Catalan maleta…
in Japanese スーツケース…
in Italian valigia…
in Chinese (Traditional) (旅行用的)手提箱…
in Russian чемодан…
in Turkish bavul, valiz…
in Chinese (Simplified) (旅行用的)手提箱…
in Polish walizka…
(Definition of suitcase from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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