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attaché case

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Definition of attaché case in English:

noun

A small, flat, rigid, rectangular case used for carrying documents.
Example sentences
  • In the early morning of April 29, 2002, a man in a white polo shirt carrying an attaché case came out of a two-floor apartment in a middle-class subdivision in Antipolo.
  • Dressed in a dark business suit and carrying a black attaché case, he might have passed for an attorney returning from a late lunch.
  • On the evening of December 4, he was stopped by demonstrators as he was leaving an office building in East Berlin carrying an attaché case.

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