carrier bag


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carrier bag

n
Brit a large paper or plastic bag for carrying shopping
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.carrier bag - a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchasescarrier bag - a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
doggie bag, doggy bag - a bag for food that a customer did not eat at a restaurant; the transparent pretense is that the food is taken home to feed the customer's dog
grocery bag - a sack for holding customer's groceries
Translations
taška
bærepose
muovipussi
vrećica
買物袋
쇼핑백
nakupovalna vrečka
bärkasse
ถุงใส่ของ
túi đựng hàng

carrier bag

n (Brit) → sacchetto, borsa (di plastica)

carrier bag

كِيْس taška bærepose Tüte τσάντα για ψώνια bolsa muovipussi cabas vrećica sacchetto della spesa 買物袋 쇼핑백 draagtas bærepose reklamówka saco de compras, sacola de compras пакет bärkasse ถุงใส่ของ alışveriş torbası túi đựng hàng 购物袋
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The English plastic bag charge follows four years after the introduction of the Welsh carrier bag charge in October 2011.
Since the Welsh Government's single use carrier bag (SUCB) charge came into effect, between PS17m and PS22m has been raised for charities and voluntary groups.
A spokesperson said: "The Bill puts in place the requirement that proceeds from the carrier bag levy must be passed on to good causes."
SCOTS shoppers will be charged 5p for every carrier bag they use from next October, it was revealed yesterday.
He also bought a replica retro shirt and polo shirt in the club shop, and he placed these under his seat during the game but, due the fantastic end to the game, he left his carrier bag with his shirts under his seat.
"The environmental impact of a basket far outweighs that of a single-use carrier bag.
The new 5p minimum charge for single use carrier bags will be introduced in Wales by the Welsh Assembly Government on October 1 as part of a drive to reduce carrier bag usage.
Less than a month from the proposed introduction of the compulsory carrier bag tax in Wales, the debate continues between suppliers, retailers and businesses as to whether the changes will be beneficial.
If you shopped in London in the 60s and 70s and happen to have retained a Biba carrier bag or aWay In bag from the trendy top floor at Harrods then these could be worth a bit too.
SO Marks and Spencer are to charge 5p per carrier bag as from May.
THE Irish solution to the plastic carrier bag fiasco makes sense.

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