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carry-onⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- are allowed to have [one] carry-on and [one] personal item
- in my carry-on
- forgot my carry-on
- my carry-on is [too heavy, overweight]
- put her carry-on through the X-ray machine
- searched her carry-on (by hand)
- hand-searched her carry-on
- [put, stow] your carry-on under the seat in front of you
- put your carry-on in the overhead bin
- UK, informal: what a carry-on!
- UK, informal: have never seen such a carry-on!
- in her carry-on luggage
- are allowed [two] pieces of carry-on luggage
- [put, keep] it in your carry-on bag
- am only taking a carry-on bag
- pack a carry-on bag
- keep your [medication, phone] in your carry-on bag
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