Definition of daysack in English:

daysack

Line breaks: day|sack
Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪsak
 
/

noun

British
Another term for daypack.
More example sentences
  • Now he packs his daysack with all his favourite small toys, books and treats and asks to wear it.
  • However, the ‘standard’ option is to have a rucksack of 55-65 litres, plus a daysack of 15-20.
  • Highlander's new range of daysacks use all of these qualities while still being functional, attractive urban designs.

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