Definition of sick bag in English:

sick bag

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  • A paper bag provided in an aircraft or ship as a receptacle for vomit.
    More example sentences
    • The journey home was spent clutching a three-ply sick bag.
    • Out of 74 aircraft, 65 have seat-back pockets, all of which have a sick bag placed in them for every flight.
    • Once you've checked in at reception, where they might feasibly offer you a sick bag, a litre of water and some Alka-Seltzer along with your room key, you could sleep off 14 pints without having to stumble onto a night bus first.

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