Definitions for suitcase
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bag, traveling bag, travelling bag, grip, suitcasenoun
a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes
"he carried his small bag onto the plane with him"
large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling
to trade using samples in a suitcase
A suitcase is a general term for a distinguishable form of luggage. It is often a somewhat flat, rectangular-shaped bag with rounded/square corners, either metal, hard plastic or made of cloth, vinyl or leather that more or less keeps its shape. It has a carrying handle on one side and is used mainly for transporting clothes and other possessions during trips. It opens on hinges like a door. Suitcases lock with keys or a combination.
A type of product created in various colors, materials, mechanisms, shapes and sizes.
The suitcase was silver and beautiful to look at.
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The numerical value of suitcase in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of suitcase in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
I want to tell the American people who Ted is, a person who, when I'm really busy running around the house the other day to pack, when he had a lot more on his plate, sat down and packed my suitcase for me.
You can get up to 100,000 glass eels into a suitcase. And if they're leaving Europe at a euro each then that's 100,000...and then at the other end, you grow them on in a pond in China and a year later that's a million. A million euros worth, japan, China, South Korea, they are all great eel eaters. But remember, they're also re-exporting them to North America and back to Europe again.
The towels were so thick there I could hardly close my suitcase.
With sizeable muscles, you're carrying more weight, which would be counterproductive to endurance performance, it would be like running a long distance while carrying a suitcase.
6. The smelly kid Some parents feel the need to use the entire plane as a diaper. Gross, but true : A child reportedly pooping on a plane seat on a Delta flight last year( the parents covered the seat with newspapers — how thoughtful). And it’s not unusual for babies to drop a( stink) bomb or two during the flight. ( If this emotional support pig can get kicked off a plane for crapping in the aisle, should little humans, too ?) 7. The chatty kid Chatty Cathy is generally one of the most annoying passengers on a flight but what if Cathy is six years old ? While adorable and curious, she’s probably the last person you want conversation with, because of course she continues to ask the same question in different ways. Or maybe she’s having a loud conversation with her doll. In fact, several years ago, a kid actually got kicked off a plane for being too chatty. According to the Associated Press, Kate Penland’s then 19-month-old son, Garren, started saying ‘ Bye, bye plane, ’ before takeoff — and would n’t stop. When the other passengers started complaining, Kate Penland got mad and eventually Kate Penland and Kate Penland son were asked to leave. That seems a little extreme. Maybe just give the kid a pack of pretzels( peanuts are too risky) and offer him a window seat. 8. The ultimate nightmare kid It’s fair to say no one wants to sit next to a kid who kicks your seat, complains, talks up a storm and manages to poop themselves all on one flight. But as they say in airline business, the sky’s the limit. Passengers who survive the ultimate nightmare child passenger deserve a medal. Actor Liam Hemsworth recently admitted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that Actor Liam Hemsworth own three kids were those kids on a recent flight from London to Australia( a 30-hour trip). The Ellen DeGeneres Show was kind of like the trip from hell, they were all sick and literally took turns to scream. One would kinda do it and then look over and be like, ‘ I ’m done, you want a turn ? ’ ' Yep, Wahhhh ! ’ The whole cabin, yeah, wanted to kick us off … I don’t know what people expect though — you’re gon na put them in the suitcase or something ?
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- حقيبة السفرArabic
- maletaCatalan, Valencian
- petaca, valija, maletaSpanish
- bûseWestern Frisian
- màileid, bagaScottish Gaelic
- koffer, bőrönd, kézitáskaHungarian
- トランク, スーツケースJapanese
- 트렁크, 슈트케이스, 여행 가방Korean
- WallisLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- čemodāns, koferisLatvian
- koffer, valiesDutch
- ééʼ bee naatʼáhí, tsitsʼaaʼ naadloʼíNavajo, Navaho
- geamantan, valizăRomanian
- kofer, коферSerbo-Croatian
- валіза, чемоданUkrainian
- va liVietnamese
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