WordReference English Collocations © 2020
suitcaseⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- a suitcase full of [books, clothes]
- a suitcase [full of, stuffed with] cash
- packing my suitcases for
- haven't (even) started packing my suitcase yet
- still have to pack my suitcase
- is your suitcase packed?
- did you pack [this, your own] suitcase?
- pack your suitcases. We're going to [Hawaii]
- a [leather, canvas, carry-on] suitcase
- check the suitcases (at the airport)
- can you help me with my suitcase?
- load the suitcases into the car
- [padlock, lock, unlock] a suitcase
- [haul, wheel, carry] the suitcases to
- security [checked, inspected, looked inside] the suitcase
- the [sauce, perfume] spilled all over the suitcase
- the suitcase is too [large, heavy]
- the airline lost my suitcase
- the suitcase looks like it's going to [burst, tear]
- [throw, put, pile] the suitcases in the trunk
- help me get this suitcase [shut, closed]
- couldn't zip the suitcase (shut)
- an unattended suitcase
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