baggage

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈbægɪdʒ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈbægɪdʒ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(bagij)


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baggage

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. pick up your baggage at the carousel
  2. [three] pieces of baggage
  3. are allowed an extra piece of baggage
  4. check a piece of baggage (before flying)
  5. check in your baggage
  6. check your baggage in
  7. [carry, lug, haul] your baggage (to)
  8. pack (up) your baggage for the [trip, vacation, flight]
  9. unpack your baggage
  10. How much baggage are you checking?
  11. How many pieces of baggage are you checking?
  12. My baggage was lost in [Denver].
  13. load the baggage onto the [plane, bus]
  14. track down lost baggage
  15. [screen, hand check, x-ray] your baggage
  16. [send, get] your baggage through (airport) security
  17. Can I help you with your baggage?
  18. Can I give you a hand with your baggage?
  19. Is this all the baggage you brought?
  20. Do you have any more baggage?
  21. They all have their own baggage.
  22. pay for [excess, overweight] baggage
  23. handled the baggage [roughly, disrespectfully, swiftly]
  24. [roughly] handled baggage
  25. Don't bring your baggage to [the relationship, this decision, your work].
  26. baggage from [past, previous] relationships
  27. Don't let your personal baggage affect [the relationship].
n as adj
  1. go to the lost baggage [desk, counter, office]
  2. has to go through a baggage [scan, check]
  3. works as a baggage handler
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