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- suitcase (n.)
- 1898, from suit (n.) + case (n.2). Originally a case for holding a suit of clothes. In reference to small nuclear weapons, 1954.
- 1. The man took her suitcase from her and then searched her.
- 2. He picked up his suitcase and climbed the stairs.
- 3. Brian pulled the straps through the buckles of his suitcase.
- 4. He felt two men wrench the suitcase from his hand.
- 5. Somehow the suitcase with my clothes was misplaced.
[ suitcase 造句 ]