WordReference English Collocations © 2020
bagⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- a [paper, plastic, leather, carrier, tote, messenger] bag
- a [sleeping, shopping, golf, diaper, travel, camera] bag
- carrying a [shoulder, clutch] bag
- UK: a [black, plastic] bin bag
- [put, carried] the bag on his [shoulder, back]
- don't forget your bag!
- my bag is completely [full, stuffed]
- still need to pack (up) my bag
- can you [carry, hold] my bag?
- bag of [groceries, presents]
- the thief [snatched, grabbed, stole] his bag
- open a bag of [chips, candy]
- check your bag [at security, before flying]
- did you [check, look] in your bag?
- the airline lost my bag
- is in my bag
- she had bags under her eyes
- this [game, exam] is in the bag
- who let the cat out of the bag?
- he left [the workers, his family] holding the bag
- bag the [groceries, purchases, food]
- bag your own [groceries]
- bag a [good deal, bargain]
- bag yourself a [bargain, millionaire]
- bag it and tag it
- bag up the [sandwiches, snacks]
- bag [them, the sandwiches] up
- bagged for [easy access, portability, convenience]
- bagged after checkout
- bagging at the [waist, knees, elbows]
- these [pants, shorts] bag at my [waist]
- a bag lady
- at the (airport) bag check
'bag' also found in these entries:
avocado - bat - beet - binder - biscuit - bladder - blind - bolt - breathe - bulge - canvas - carrier - carry - carry-on - cat - cement - check - checked - cheetah - cherry - chip - cinnamon - claim - clasp - clip - closet - closure - cloth - clout - club - clutch - coal - content - counter - cradle - cram - crush - cucumber - diaper - dig - dime - dip - drop - dumb - dump - empty - eye - feather - fetch - fish