Definition of 'holdall'
Example sentences containing 'holdall'
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The holdall containing his body was found in his bath. The Sun (2012)They are understood now to be considering the possibility that her body was removed from her flat in a large holdall or suitcase. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They also took away a large holdall before about 40 officers descended on the house. The Sun (2012)He has a big anorak sort of thing, and he is carrying a large holdall. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He arrived alone on foot, carrying a large navy blue holdall. The Sun (2008)A smart leather holdall is perfect. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Carry a holdall instead. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But because there are 25 strides between her door and the road, they are convinced a case or large holdall was used to conceal the movement. The Sun (2011)
Trends of 'holdall'
Used Rarely. holdall is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'holdall'
British English: holdall /ˈhəʊldˌɔːl/ NOUN
A holdall is a strong bag which you use to carry your clothes and other things, for example when you are travelling.
- American English: holdall
- Arabic: جِرَاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: mala de viagem
- Chinese: 手提袋
- Croatian: putna torba
- Czech: cestovní taška
- Danish: rejsetaske
- Dutch: reistas
- European Spanish: bolsa de viaje
- Finnish: matkakassi
- French: sac fourre-tout
- German: Reisetasche
- Greek: ταξιδιωτικός σάκος
- Italian: sacca da viaggio
- Japanese: 大型の旅行かばん
- Korean: 큰 가방
- Norwegian: reiseveske
- Polish: torba podręczna
- European Portuguese: mala de viagem
- Romanian: geantă de voiaj
- Russian: портплед
- Spanish: bolsa de viaje
- Swedish: rymlig bag
- Thai: กระเป๋าเดินทางที่พับเก็บได้
- Turkish: sırt çantası
- Ukrainian: дорожня торба
- Vietnamese: hộp đựng dụng cụ
Definition of holdall from the Collins English Dictionary
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