luggagenoun

  • ja旅行かばん類、手荷物
  • ensuitcases or other bags that contain a person’s personal belongings for and when traveling

Examples

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So tell us how you stole the diamonds.
2.
So we can just reverse it.
3.
Won't work.
4.
We took them from the luggage downstairs, posing as bellhops.
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Mute
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Almost forgot my luggage.
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Mute
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- Hey. - Oh, hey.
2.
Oh, good, you bought food.
3.
No, just my luggage.
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Mute
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That luggage is very expensive.
2.
Don't just toss it around like a monkey!
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Mute
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That sure is a lot of luggage, Rhonda.
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Mute
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- And I will take care of your luggage, okay? - Okay.
2.
I'm gonna get this in the van.
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Mute
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Hey, where's the luggage?
2.
Where's the briefcase?
3.
I got them right here, sir.