Entry from British & World English dictionary
A sturdy case used for transporting equipment.
- There was a press do there, so lots of free drink and probably some nibbles, but I didn't want the Old Compton Street door-types picking through my bag and demanding to look in the metal flight case I was carrying.
- He will visit five takeaways in each city and take samples of peppery sauce in test tubes which will then be stored in a flight case.
- The local stage manager is fascinated as I disassemble and pack my bike into its flight case.
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