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excess baggage

Translation of excess baggage in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • exceso (masculine) de equipaje
    Example sentences
    • Right, I'm off to weigh the merits of excess baggage and storage at left luggage in Heathrow while I gad about Italy versus shipping a heap of stuff to myself by air freight.
    • Malaysian Airlines had allowed Teresa 30 kg excess baggage after she told them several days before her return flight that Jeff had died and she had to return with his cases as well as her own.
    • That rare win over England means that the Scots will fly to Dublin with such optimism that they are in danger of being charged excess baggage.

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