Definition of 'suitcase'
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The vault manager returned more than half her booty in suitcases and boxes. The Sun (2009)We took a big suitcase full of books to read. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Suddenly the suitcase would sprout two little legs and run away. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This miniature suitcase has bags of style. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can take two suitcases and a pair of skis for no extra charge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She landed back to find a suitcase containing her frilly smalls was missing. The Sun (2009)Save space in the suitcase by packing this little gem. The Sun (2006)It vanished in a suitcase full of clothes after a burglary. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He ended with no medal but a large suitcase of confidence to take home and train with. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The uniformed officer looked into my suitcase and bags and poked at the bulletproof body armour. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She is permitted to take one suitcase. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hopefully one of those suitcases contains a joke book. The Sun (2013)My wife was packing the suitcases upstairs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An open suitcase filled with clothes could be seen lying on the hallway floor of his apartment. Times, Sunday Times (2015)One of them packed a heavy suitcase full of food from home. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Large objects such as suitcases or bags. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He took her phone and asked her to carry in a suitcase from the boot of his car. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The boot will now take two airline carry-on suitcases. The Sun (2015)His packed bags stand upright in the room, a suitcase and two carrier bags. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Last weekend, one student showed up in a limousine with more suitcases and boxes than could possibly fit in a dormitory. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'suitcase'
British English: suitcase /ˈsuːtˌkeɪs; ˈsjuːt-/ NOUN
A suitcase is a case for carrying clothes when you are travelling.
It did not take him long to pack a suitcase.
- American English: suitcase
- Arabic: حَقِيبَةُ سَفَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: mala
- Chinese: 手提箱
- Croatian: kovčeg
- Czech: kufr
- Danish: kuffert
- Dutch: koffer
- European Spanish: maleta
- Finnish: matkalaukku
- French: valise
- German: Koffer
- Greek: βαλίτσα
- Italian: valigia
- Japanese: スーツケース
- Korean: 여행가방
- Norwegian: koffert
- Polish: walizka
- European Portuguese: mala
- Romanian: servietă
- Russian: чемодан
- Spanish: maleta
- Swedish: resväska
- Thai: กระเป๋าเดินทาง
- Turkish: valiz
- Ukrainian: валіза
- Vietnamese: vali
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