Definition of luggage in English:

luggage

Line breaks: lug|gage
Pronunciation: /ˈlʌɡɪdʒ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1Suitcases or other bags in which to pack personal belongings for travelling: upon landing, we waited and waited for our luggage
More example sentences
  • The young woman's luggage was packed in apparent readiness to travel to California.
  • So you have the choice: five people and luggage, or seven of you travelling luggage-free.
  • There was a warm breeze and she found all her luggage packed and ready to go.
Synonyms
1.1Past experiences or long-held ideas and opinions perceived as burdensome encumbrances: carrying emotional luggage from the past

Origin

late 16th century (originally denoting inconveniently heavy baggage): from lug1 + -age.

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