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tote bag

n.
A large handbag or canvas shopping bag, usually with two handles and an open top.

tote bag

n
a large roomy handbag or shopping bag

tote′ bag`


n.
an open handbag or shopping bag.
[1895–1900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tote bag - a capacious bag or baskettote bag - a capacious bag or basket    
bag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
Translations

tote bag

n (US) → (Einkaufs)tasche f

tote bag

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As we wandered the aisles of San Francisco's West Coast Craft show this past December, the booths became a blur of waxed-canvas tote bags and dangly brass earrings and recycled-sail tote bags and stripey clay mugs and, oh, look, reclaimed-denim tote bags .
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Each kindergarten classroom three was supplied with a set of ten tote bags that had a checkout card that families could put their names on and leave in the classroom, a list of books that were in the bag, and the activity cards.
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It has created tote bags in the form of UAE national attire for men and women EoAC" the kandoura and jalabiya EoAC" which have been filled with traditional sweets, raw peanuts and salted chick peas.
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Notably, the more fashionable A- listers relied on the brand value of big labels, while the nouveau famous crop relied on their stylish but not really labelled tote bags.