Definición de baggage en inglés:

baggage

Silabificación: bag·gage
Pronunciación: /ˈbaɡij
 
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sustantivo

1Personal belongings packed in suitcases for traveling; luggage.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A sheet left inside suitcase luggage or travel baggage can prevent musty odors.
  • The new powers, announced yesterday, include the authority to search personal baggage of travellers arriving from countries outside the European Union.
  • She travels with her baggage allowance of 70 pounds.
Sinónimos
1.1The portable equipment of an army.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Roman army baggage train contained all the features of subsequent logistic tails - food, ammunition, and specialist equipment.
  • The retreating army and its baggage carried the plague home with them in autumn 1349.
  • Gallus eventually got his army away in the night, but he left behind 6,000 dead and all of his artillery and baggage.
2Past experiences or long-held ideas regarded as burdens and impediments: the emotional baggage I’m hauling around the party jettisoned its traditional ideological baggage
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If you want to drop a load of emotional baggage and experience some psychic weight loss, Gemini time makes it easy to lighten up.
  • And that could be said for everybody except Paddy, who carries the least burdensome emotional baggage.
  • Exonerating can help free family members up from unnecessary burdens of past baggage.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French bagage (from baguer 'tie up'), or bagues 'bundles'; perhaps related to bag.

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Palabra del día flippant
Pronunciación: ˈflɪp(ə)nt
adjective
not showing a serious or respectful attitude