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baggage 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈbagij/,
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baggages, plural;
  1. Personal belongings packed in suitcases for traveling; luggage

  2. The portable equipment of an army

  3. Past experiences or long-held ideas regarded as burdens and impediments
    • - the emotional baggage I'm hauling around
    • - the party jettisoned its traditional ideological baggage
  4. A cheeky or disagreeable girl or woman


  1. cases used to carry belongings when traveling
  2. a worthless or immoral woman
  3. the portable equipment and supplies of an army
  4. Luggage is any number of bags, cases and containers which hold a traveller's articles during transit. The modern traveller can be expected to have packages containing clothing, toiletries, small possessions, trip necessities, and on the return-trip, souvenirs. ...
  5. Baggage was the first studio album from the NY band Sirsy. Released September 2000 and Re-Released in November 2002.
  6. Baggage is an American dating game show, hosted by Jerry Springer. It premiered on April 19, 2010 on GSN.
  7. House entered a sixth season on September 21, 2009 with a two-hour premiere. The season premiere, titled "Broken", was filmed at the Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in New Jersey.
  8. Baggage is a BBC Radio 4 situation comedy which by December 2007 had aired for 3 series, each consisting of 6 30-minute episodes. Series 1 aired from April 2005, Series 2 from July 2006 and Series 3 from December 2007. It starred Hilary Lyon, Phyllis Logan, Adie Allen, and Stuart McQuarrie. ...
  9. Luggage; traveling equipment; Factors that restrict a person's freedom, often in an intellectual or psychological way; A woman; An army's portable equipment; its baggage train
  10. (D) ISDs SHOULD NOT use this term to describe a data element except when stated as 'SET(trademark) baggage' with the following meaning: (O) SET usage: An 'opaque encrypted tuple, that is included in a SET message but appended as external data to the PKCS encapsulated data. ...
  11. means luggage, personal possessions and travel documents taken by you on the Covered Trip.
  12. (n): worthless or vile fellow or woman, wanton. FS (4-Errors, MWW, Pericles); Chapman D'Olive; (disp.) Maiden's; Middleton Maid, Quarrel, Roaring Girl.
  13. Baggage and personal effects are at owners risk throughout the tour. Luggage weight restrictions on some Domestic flights may apply; details will be provided on your itinerary.
  14. Heavy baggage; women and children. Also a familiar epithet for a woman; as, cunning baggage, wanton baggage.
  15. Regular rates are; For one piece of baggage within a mile and a half from Union Station, $.25; greater distance, $.50. Among the baggage and transfer companies may be mentioned; Columbian Transfer Co., 15-19 N. Market St.; Doyle Storage & Transfer Co., 10 S. Ionia St. ...
  16. One piece of regular-sized luggage per person will be handled for you throughout the tour unless otherwise specified. One piece of hand luggage may also be carried on the coach but must be easily stowed under the seat or in the overhead rack. ...
  17. If you dream that you have to look after a lot of personal baggage, it is a sign of coming annoyances and troubles of a financial nature.
  18. Each person is entitled to one suitcase and one small item of hand luggage. Weight restrictions are 20 kilos per suitcase. UNLESS INSURED, ALL BAGGAGE IS CARRIED OR TRANSPORTED AT THE OWNER'S RISK THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TRIP.
  19. morally loose woman; impudent woman.
  20. Personal effects of a traveler that are needed in connection with official travel and immediately upon arrival at the point of assignment. Material belonging to the Government may be included. (NOTE: Baggage may accompany a traveler or be transported separately. ...
  21. The Baggage Claim for this flight.
  22. Bags, suitcases, etc.
  23. One suitcase and one overnight bag per person are allowed. Outbreak Edulink accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to luggage or personal property from whatsoever cause arising. Passengers are advised to take up adequate insurance cover. ...