Definition of 'saddlebag'
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Example sentences containing 'saddlebag'
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Lirael swatted a mosquito, then turned her head as Sam came back and rummaged in his saddlebag. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)"Of course there's a mill," snapped Mogget, leaping down from the saddlebag onto Sam's shoulder, making him start again. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)Mogget erupted out of the saddlebag and crouched in front of Sam, looking in every direction, his fur standing on end. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
He wedged the notebook under his thigh and reached back into the saddlebag again. BEAUTIFUL DREAMER (2001)
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Translations for 'saddlebag'
British English: saddlebag /ˈsædlˌbæɡ/ NOUN
A saddlebag is a bag fastened to the saddle of a bicycle or motorcycle, or the saddle of a horse.
- American English: saddlebag
- Arabic: خُرْج
- Brazilian Portuguese: alforje
- Chinese: 马鞍包
- Croatian: bisage
- Czech: jezdecká brašna
- Danish: sadeltaske
- Dutch: zadeltas
- European Spanish: alforja
- Finnish: satulalaukku
- French: sacoche
- German: Satteltasche
- Greek: σακίδιο σέλας
- Italian: bisaccia
- Japanese: サドルバッグ
- Korean: 새들백
- Norwegian: salveske
- Polish: dach siodełkowy
- European Portuguese: alforge
- Romanian: geantă moto
- Russian: седельный вьюк
- Spanish: alforja
- Swedish: sadelväska
- Thai: ถุงที่บรรจุหลังสัตว์
- Turkish: heybe
- Ukrainian: торба, прикріплена до сидіння велосипеда чи мотоцикла або до сідла коня
- Vietnamese: túi yên
Definition of saddlebag from the Collins English Dictionary
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