Definition of 'luggage'
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Inside there is room for two passengers and their luggage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The increased demand for passenger luggage space has drastically and abruptly reduced this supply. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The best bit is that your luggage is taken on ahead each day. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You are expected to carry your own luggage and make your own bed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That seasonal issue of luggage allowance has raised its weighty head. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Gatwick told the passengers their luggage would be sent to their home. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It sits a little lower and the lower floor means more luggage and interior space. The Sun (2012)Lift your luggage carefully and take painkillers with you in case. The Sun (2014)What is the best way to carry my luggage? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some airlines insist that airport purchases must fit within your general hand luggage allowance. The Sun (2011)It can carry six passengers and has more space for luggage. Times, Sunday Times (2009)People should not be allowed to carry their luggage with them or to sleep in the crowds. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Remember that infants do not get luggage allowance on most airlines. The Sun (2011)And that also means more luggage space and practicality. The Sun (2009)One solution is to carry a luggage scale with you to bike shops. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Below are our pick of the miniature heroes that will not max out your luggage allowance. The Sun (2014)The airline was also trying to match up thousands of pieces of lost luggage with passengers caught up in the disruption. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This covers anything from a failure to clear passenger queues to the time it takes for luggage to clear baggage reclaim. The Sun (2008)In both cases, baggage scanners spotted the outline of the weapons in the luggage of passengers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Our luggage was taken ahead to pubs and B&Bs along the way. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It has style, the luxury of an executive car plus cavernous space for five passengers and their luggage. The Sun (2007)
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Translations for 'luggage'
British English: luggage /ˈlʌɡɪdʒ/ NOUN
Luggage consists of the suitcases and bags that you take when you travel.
Leave your luggage in the hotel.
- American English: luggage
- Arabic: أَمْتِعَةُ الْسَفرِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bagagem
- Chinese: 行李
- Croatian: prtljaga
- Czech: zavazadla
- Danish: bagage
- Dutch: bagage
- European Spanish: equipaje
- Finnish: matkatavarat
- French: bagages
- German: Gepäck
- Greek: αποσκευή
- Italian: bagaglio
- Japanese: 手荷物
- Korean: 수화물
- Norwegian: bagasje
- Polish: bagaż
- European Portuguese: bagagem
- Romanian: bagaj
- Russian: багаж
- Spanish: equipaje
- Swedish: bagage
- Thai: กระเป๋าเดินทาง
- Turkish: bagaj
- Ukrainian: багаж
- Vietnamese: hành lý
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