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left luggage
Pronunciation: / ˌleftˈlʌgɪdʒ /

Translation of left luggage in Spanish:

noun

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    Example sentences
    • We are pleased to find that the station does indeed have a left luggage facility where we can leave our suitcases overnight.
    • If anyone else is interested in staying, maybe you can suggest that they take only a backpack and leave any suitcases at the left luggage at a train station.
    • There will be no left luggage at the tournament, with fans forced to leave picnic hampers and bulky bags outside the grounds.

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