holdall


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hold·all

 (hōld′ôl′)
n.
A container for holding or carrying miscellaneous items, especially a traveling case or bag.

holdall

(ˈhəʊldˌɔːl)
n
Brit a large strong bag with handles. Usual US and Canadian name: carryall

hold•all

(ˈhoʊldˌɔl)

n.
a container for odds and ends.
[1850–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.holdall - a capacious bag or basketholdall - a capacious bag or basket    
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
Translations
cestovní taška
rejsetaske
matkakassi
putna torba
大型の旅行かばん
큰 가방
rymlig bag
กระเป๋าเดินทางที่พับเก็บได้
hộp đựng dụng cụ

holdall

[ˈhəʊldɔːl] N (Brit) → bolsa f de viaje

holdall

[ˈhəʊldɔːl] n (British) (= bag) → fourre-tout m inv

holdall

nReisetasche f

holdall

[ˈhəuldˌɔːl] n (Brit) → sacca or borsa da viaggio, borsone m

holdall

جِرَاب cestovní taška rejsetaske Reisetasche ταξιδιωτικός σάκος bolsa de viaje matkakassi sac fourre-tout putna torba sacca da viaggio 大型の旅行かばん 큰 가방 reistas reiseveske torba podręczna mala de viagem портплед rymlig bag กระเป๋าเดินทางที่พับเก็บได้ sırt çantası hộp đựng dụng cụ 手提袋
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Days after the Nuneaton find, two she cats were discovered in a zipped holdall in Coventry.
The brown bunny was discovered in the town's railway station car park on Saturday morning Rabbit food had been left inside the holdall as well as a distinctive pink handbag.
The body of the 31-year-old was discovered locked in a holdall in the Pimlico area of London last month.
A PROLIFIC burglar was busted smashing a car window to steal a holdall the day after he was released from prison.
The strap found at the scene is thought to be from a dark coloured sports holdall used to carry stolen cash.
The man was then tied up while the pair escaped with a holdall containing the cash.
IT'S the mystery of the Queen's cousin, his leather holdall, the stash of drugs...and the court case that never happened.
During the charade, which lasted more than a month, he bought a blonde wig and travelled to Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire where he left the holdall in the left luggage office.
The third criminal put two four-packs of Carling lager and two bottles of Paul Masson wine into a large orange holdall before they fled.
Reports yesterday suggested Sir John Sawers, chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, held a secret meeting with Sir Paul Stephenson, then commissioner of the Met, hours after Mr Williams' body was found in a locked holdall in his flat in Pimlico, London, in August, 2010.
Summary: A woman's body has been found in a large holdall bag in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland.
But in the porch leading to the back door they found a black holdall containing 17 one-ounce bags of amphetamine worth pounds 4,490.