[ UK /lˈʌɡɪd‍ʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫəɡədʒ, ˈɫəɡɪdʒ/ ]
  1. cases used to carry belongings when traveling
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How To Use luggage In A Sentence

  • It sits a little lower and the lower floor means more luggage and interior space. The Sun
  • There is easily enough room for four, and a good deal more left over for their luggage.
  • The weekend bag also arrives ready to go with a debossed leather luggage tag.
  • OK, so fitting in four reasonably sized adults may be a tight squeeze, especially with luggage, but for a car of its size it packs a mighty punch.
  • He loaded the bags on to the luggage rack of the Argyll.
  • So here you had the scenario, you've got a highjacker on the plane; he's got his passport in his pocket, or in his luggage, and they hit the building, and this enormous fireball erupts and this passport floats out of his pocket or whatever, and gets through the fireball without being singed, then it gets out of the building and falls to the ground where somebody can find it. Interview with David Ray Griffin on the Rob Kall Radio Show
  • Our own hand luggage was stowed firmly beneath our table, out of the danger zone.
  • If the boot is full of luggage - two of you are away for a weekend - then that has to be removed to make space for the punctured tyre.
  • Please attach a label to each piece of luggage.
  • We had to cart our luggage up six flights of stairs.
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