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baggage (Amer) - GepäckLast post 15 Nov 06, 01:12
collins concise me baggage:–noun 1. trunks, suitcases, etc., used in travelling8 Replies
baggage - TrossLast post 07 Aug 15, 21:16 Die Verwechslungsgefahr mit baggage = Gepäck wird au…10 Replies
baggage train, baggage - Tross Last post 09 Aug 15, 12:54 Replies
baggageLast post 15 Jan 08, 14:24
"She has baggage -- like any old broad -- because the truth is that the older you are the mo…1 Replies
baggageLast post 25 Mar 11, 16:53
I can't think of a good example, but it describes someone who has a lot of problems, which c…2 Replies
baggageLast post 05 Apr 11, 16:01
I would really like to meet you and get to know you, but it is difficult because I have a lo…9 Replies
baggageLast post 28 Oct 09, 14:41
Sort of made the thought of sex with her all the more interesting, actually. Instead of worr…2 Replies
baggage - trossLast post 22 Oct 07, 02:28
en·tou·rage (?n't?-räzh') n.: A group of attendants or associates; a retinue.…2 Replies
baggage screener - GepäckdurchleuchterLast post 27 Oct 13, 10:59
Airport baggage screeners work on the front lines of airport security in order to prevent ri…3 Replies
Gepäckabfertiger - baggage handlerLast post 05 May 13, 20:51
Zu den Aufgaben der Gepäckabfertiger auf einem Flughafen gehören das Be- und Entladen von Ge…2 Replies

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