Baggage vs. Luggage

Baggage vs. Luggage — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Baggage and Luggage

Baggagenoun

The trunks, bags, parcels, and suitcases in which one carries one's belongings while traveling; luggage.

Luggagenoun

Containers for a traveler's belongings.

Baggagenoun

The movable equipment and supplies of an army.

Luggagenoun

The cases and belongings of a traveler.

Baggagenoun

Emotions or thoughts that stem from painful or unpleasant past experiences and that affect one's outlook or behavior

"I lugged a considerable amount of psychological baggage from my adolescence" (Stephen S. Hall).

Luggagenoun

(uncountable) The bags and other containers that hold a traveller's belongings.

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Baggagenoun

A woman prostitute.

Luggagenoun

(uncountable) The contents of such containers.

Baggagenoun

A girl or young woman, especially one is who impudent.

Luggagenoun

A specific bag or container holding a traveller's belongings.

Baggagenoun

Luggage; traveling equipment

Please put your baggage in the trunk.

Luggagenoun

a case used to carry belongings when traveling

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Baggagenoun

Factors, especially psychological ones, which interfere with a person's ability to function effectively.

This person has got a lot of emotional baggage.

Baggagenoun

A woman.

Baggagenoun

An army's portable equipment; its baggage train.

Baggagenoun

a case used to carry belongings when traveling

Baggagenoun

a worthless or immoral woman