Associations to the word «Baggage»
BAGGAGE, noun. (usually uncountable) Luggage; traveling equipment
BAGGAGE, noun. (uncountable) (informal) Factors, especially psychological ones, which interfere with a person's ability to function effectively..
BAGGAGE, noun. (obsolete) (countable) (pejorative) A woman
BAGGAGE, noun. (military) (countable and uncountable) An army's portable equipment; its baggage train.
BAGGAGE CAROUSEL, noun. A conveyor to transport luggage from aircraft, trains or luggage shuttles (outside) to claiming passengers (inside.)
BAGGAGE CART, noun. A luggage cart.
BAGGAGE CARTS, noun. Plural of baggage cart
BAGGAGE CHECK, noun. (travel) (aviation) the part of a boarding pass, or a separate stub, that identifies the passengers baggage and permits it to be collected at the destination.
BAGGAGE CLAIM, noun. (US) The designated location for receiving checked luggage such as the baggage carousels at an airport.
BAGGAGE CLAIMS, noun. Plural of baggage claim
BAGGAGE HANDLER, noun. One employed at airports to move baggage and other cargo between the aeroplanes and the terminal.
BAGGAGE HANDLERS, noun. Plural of baggage handler
BAGGAGE HOLD, noun. Cargo bin
BAGGAGE HOLDS, noun. Plural of baggage hold
BAGGAGE RECLAIM, noun. (British) The designated location for receiving checked luggage such as the baggage carousels at an airport.
BAGGAGE RECLAIMS, noun. Plural of baggage reclaim
BAGGAGE, noun. Cases used to carry belongings when traveling.
BAGGAGE, noun. A worthless or immoral woman.
BAGGAGE, noun. The portable equipment and supplies of an army.
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