a flexible container with an opening at one endShe left the hotel carrying a shopping bag.
a handbagMeg drew a long, knitted scarf out of her leather bag.
a piece of luggageThe airline lost my bag so I didn't have any training gear.
At the very bottom of the chest were some carving tools.
He had left most of his records in a trunk in the attic.
It did not take Andrew long to pack a suitcase.
rucksack, , , ,
a man carrying a brilliant blue rucksack
to succeed in securingThe smart ones will have already bagged their seats.
The problem was how to get enough food.
He took the gold medal in the 100 metres.
She landed a place on the graduate training scheme.
They scored 282 runs in their first innings.
The company didn't disclose how much it expects to gain from the deal.
His achievements helped him to secure the job.
Evans was trying to obtain a false passport.
She has acquired a 50% stake in the company.
get hold of, ,
It was difficult to procure food and other daily necessitites.
make sure of,
win possession of
to capture or kill, as in huntingBag a rabbit for supper.
Police say they are confident of catching the killer.
The police have got the killer.
The police had orders to shoot anyone who attacked them.
The police gave chase and captured him as he was trying to escape.
The locals were trying to trap and kill the spiders.
He'd snared a rabbit earlier in the day.
The spider must wait for the prey to be ensnared in its web.
to bulge or cause to bulge
He bulges out of his black T-shirt.
The limbs swell to an enormous size.
The budget deficit has ballooned to $25 million.
Her weight ballooned from 8 stone to 11 stone.
The shirt's cuffs won't sag and lose their shape after washing.
a young man with a drooping moustache
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in the sense of acquire
to get or develop (something such as an object, trait, or ability)She has acquired a 50% stake in the company.
in the sense of baggage
suitcases packed for a journeyexcess baggage
in the sense of balloon
to swell or increase rapidly in sizeThe budget deficit has ballooned to $25 million.Her weight ballooned from 8 stone to 11 stone.
Video: pronunciation of 'bag'
bag 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
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