Portuguese translation of 'satchel'
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Example Sentences Including 'satchel'
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She hadn't played for more than 20 years but is now working her way through some of the pieces from her old leather music satchel.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
THE lowly school satchel has become high fashion.The Sun (2010)
Your man bag needs to be roughly the size of a school satchel.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Not only that but he has a satchel full of drugs in his boot!The Sun (2012)
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'satchel' in Other Languages
British English: satchel /ˈsætʃəl/ NOUN
A satchel is a bag with a long strap that schoolchildren use for carrying books.
- American English: satchel
- Arabic: حَقِيبَةٌ لِلكُتُبِ الـمَدْرَسِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: mochila escolar
- Chinese: 书包
- Croatian: đačka torba
- Czech: brašna
- Danish: skoletaske
- Dutch: schooltas
- European Spanish: cartera colegial
- Finnish: olkalaukku
- French: cartable
- German: Schultasche
- Greek: σχολική τσάντα
- Italian: cartella
- Japanese: 肩掛けかばん
- Korean: 멜빵 달린 가방
- Norwegian: skulderveske
- Polish: teczka skórzana
- European Portuguese: mochila escolar
- Romanian: geantă
- Russian: ранец
- Spanish: bolso para el colegio
- Swedish: axelremsväska
- Thai: กระเป๋าหนังสือ
- Turkish: omuz çantası
- Ukrainian: ранець
- Vietnamese: túi đeo vai
Translation of satchel from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary