Putnički sanduk, kovčeg, skrinja; voj. u utvrđenjima: prolaz s obe strane utvrđenja zaštićen zameljanim nasipom koji vodi preko suvih rovova ili kroz brisani prostor ka spoljnim delovima utvrđenja.
ETYM Old Eng. bagge; cf. Icel. baggi, and also Old Fren. bague, bundle, Late Lat. baga.
1. A flexible (usually cloth, paper, or plastic) container with a single opening.
2. The quantity that a bag will hold; SYN. bagful.
3. A sack used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women); SYN. handbag, pocketbook, purse.
4. A portable rectangular traveling bag for carrying clothes; SYN. traveling bag, grip, suitcase.
5. The quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person).
6. An ugly or ill-tempered woman; SYN. old bag.
1 British; carrying-on
2. A piece of luggage suitable for being carried aboard an airplane by a passenger
3. Carry-on, carry-on luggage, carry-on baggage, carry-on bags, and so on, are not given to an airline agent to put in the baggage compartment but are kept in the passenger compartment of an airplane.
In grammar, the different forms (inflections) taken by nouns, pronouns, and adjectives depending on their function in a sentence. English is a language with four inflections; most words have no more than two forms. For example, six pronouns have one form when they are the subject of the verb, and a different form when they are either objects of the verb or governed by a preposition. The six are: I/me, he/him, we/us, they/them, who/whom. In “I like cats”, I is the subject of the sentence. In “Cats hate me”, me is the object. Latin has 6 cases, and Hungarian more than 25.
1. A portable container for carrying several objects.
2. A glass container used to store and display items in a shop or museum or home; SYN. display case, showcase.
3. The quantity contained in a case; SYN. caseful.
4. A cover for a pillow; SYN. pillowcase, slip, pillow slip.
5. The actual state of things.
6. A specific state of mind that is temporary.
7. A problem (usually legal) requiring investigation.
8. A statement of facts and reasons used to support an argument.
9. An occurrence of something; SYN. instance, example.
10. Nouns or pronouns or adjectives (often marked by inflection) related in some way to other words in a sentence; SYN. grammatical case.
ETYM Old Fren. cofre, French coffre, Latin cophinus basket, from Greek. Related to Coffin.
1. A chest especially for storing valuables.
2. An ornamental sunken panel in a ceiling or dome; SYN. caisson, lacuna.
Portable case designed to hold a traveler's clothing and personal articles SYN. suit-case, suit case
ETYM French tronc, Latin truncus, from truncus maimed, mutilated.
1. A large strong case used when traveling or for storage.
2. The main stem of a tree; usually covered with bark; the bole is usually the part that is commercially useful for lumber; SYN. tree trunk, bole.