mailbag

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mail·bag

 (māl′băg′)
n.
1. A large canvas sack used for transporting mail.
2. A bag suspended from the shoulder, used by letter carriers for carrying mail.

mailbag

(ˈmeɪlˌbæɡ) ,

mailsack

or

mailpouch

n
a large bag used for transporting or delivering mail

mail•bag

(ˈmeɪlˌbæg)

n.
1. a mail carrier's bag.
2. a sack for shipping mail.
[1805–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mailbag - pouch used in the shipment of mailmailbag - pouch used in the shipment of mail  
diplomatic pouch - a mail pouch that is sealed shut and that is used to carry communications between a legation and its home office
pouch - a small or medium size container for holding or carrying things
2.mailbag - letter carrier's shoulder bagmailbag - letter carrier's shoulder bag; "in Britain they call a mailbag a postbag"
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
Translations
كيس البَريد
poštovní pytel
postsæk
postazsák
póstsekkur
vrece na poštu
posta torbası/çantası

mailbag

[ˈmeɪlbæg] Nsaca f de correos

mailbag

[ˈmeɪlbæg] n
(= sack) → sac m postal
(= letters to newspaper, radio programme, MP etc) → courrier m

mailbag

[ˈmeɪlˌbæg] nsacco postale, sacco delle poste

mail

(meil) noun
letters, parcels etc by post. His secretary opens his mail.
verb
to send by post.
ˈmailbag noun
a bag for letters etc. The letters are put into mailbags and sent to London by train.
ˈmailbox noun
a postbox.
ˈmailman (-mӕn) noun
(American) a postman.
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