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baggage noun

ADJ. carry-on, hand | excess At the airport I found that I had 100kg of excess baggage. | emotional, spiritual (figurative) She's still carrying all that emotional baggage from her first marriage.

QUANT. item, piece

VERB + BAGGAGE carry | go through, search | check in Where do we check in our baggage? | claim, reclaim Let's claim our baggage first.

BAGGAGE + NOUN allowance | trolley | handler | claim, reclaim the baggage reclaim hall | train Extensive baggage trains followed the troops.