luggage

(esp. BrE) noun ⇨ See also ↑baggage
ADJECTIVE
heavy
carry-on, hand
checked, checked-in
lost
… OF LUGGAGE
item, piece

You are only allowed one piece of hand luggage.

set (AmE)

a new set of luggage

VERB + LUGGAGE
carry
drag, haul
claim, collect, retrieve
check (esp. AmE), check in

They like you to check your luggage in an hour before the flight.

load, pack, unload

She packed all the luggage into the back of the car.

screen, search
lose
LUGGAGE + NOUN
area, capacity, room, space

The car has a lot of luggage space.

compartment, locker (BrE)
rack (BrE, AmE)
belt, carousel
cart (AmE), trolley
label, tag
PREPOSITION
in your luggage

I always carry a first-aid kit in my luggage.


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