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  1. a case with flat sides and a handle, used for carrying clothes, etc. when you are travelling(旅行用的)手提箱
    • to pack/unpack a suitcase把东西装进手提箱;取出手提箱里的东西
    Extra Examples
    • He stuffed a few clothes in a suitcase and left.他往手提箱里塞了几件衣服就走了。
    • His only possession was a battered old suitcase of clothes.他仅有的财产是装在一只破旧手提箱里的一些衣服。
    • She snapped her suitcase shut and stuck on a label.她啪的一声关上手提箱,并贴上标签。
    • The money was smuggled out in a false-bottomed suitcase.钱被藏在一只带夹层的手提箱里偷运出去了。
    • She checked in her suitcase and went for a coffee.她寄存了行李箱,去喝了杯咖啡。
    • The customs officer told him to open his suitcase.海关官员告诉他打开手提箱。
    • He got fed up of living out of a suitcase and left his job as a sales rep.他厌倦了靠着衣箱过日子,辞掉了销售代表的工作。
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    Oxford Collocations Dictionaryadjective
    • heavy
    • light
    • open
    verb + suitcase
    • cram something in/​into
    • pack
    • stuff something in/​into
    suitcase + verb
    • be crammed with something
    • be full of something
    • be stuffed with something
    • in a/​the suitcase
    • inside a/​the suitcase
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( case) ADJECTIVE | VERB + SUITCASE | SUITCASE + VERB | PREPOSITION ADJECTIVEheavy, light沉重的手提箱;輕的手提箱open打開的手提箱empty, full空手提箱;滿滿的手提箱packed塞得滿滿的手提箱bulging鼓鼓的手提箱battered破舊的手提箱His only possession was a battered old suitcase of clothes.他僅有的財產是裝在一隻破舊手提箱裏的一些衣服。leather皮箱rolling, wheelie (BrE) 拉桿箱;帶輪的手提箱Elementary school students are now using rolling suitcases to haul their school books around.現在小學生都用拉桿箱拖着課本走路。I pulled my wheelie suitcase along behind me.我身後拖着拉桿箱。carry-on手提行李箱VERB + SUITCASEcram sth in/into, pack, stuff sth in/into, throw sth in/into把⋯塞進手提箱;收拾衣箱;把⋯扔進手提箱Have you packed your suitcase yet?你收拾好衣箱了嗎?He stuffed a few clothes in a suitcase and left.他往手提箱裏塞了幾件衣服就走了。take sth out of, unpack把⋯從手提箱裏拿出來;打開手提箱取出東西fasten, shut, snap shut扣上/關上/啪的一聲關上手提箱She snapped her suitcase shut and stuck on a label.她啪的一聲關上手提箱,並貼上標籤。open打開手提箱lift, pick up提起/拎起手提箱The suitcase was too heavy to lift.手提箱太重,提不動。grab抓住手提箱clutch, hold抓緊/抓住手提箱carry, drag, heave, lug, pull攜帶手提箱;拖手提箱;扛手提箱She heaved her suitcase down from the luggage rack.她把手提箱從行李架上搬了下來。We had to lug our suitcases around for a week.我們不得已拖着行李箱到處跑了一個星期。drop, dump, put down放下/撂下/擱下手提箱live out of(因公等)總是旅居他鄉He got tired of living out of a suitcase and left his job as a sales rep.他厭倦了提着行李箱出差在外的生活,於是辭掉了銷售代表的工作。SUITCASE + VERBbe crammed with sth, be full of sth, be stuffed with sth, contain sth手提箱塞滿⋯;手提箱裝滿⋯;手提箱裏裝有⋯The suitcase was full of drugs.手提箱裝滿了毒品。PREPOSITIONin a/the suitcase, inside a/the suitcase在手提箱裏


suitcase ♦︎ luggage ♦︎ baggage ♦︎ case ♦︎ handbag ♦︎ purse ♦︎ bag ♦︎ backpack ♦︎ rucksack ♦︎ chest ♦︎ trunk ♦︎ knapsackThese are all words for a container or the containers that you carry your clothes or personal items in, especially when you are travelling. 这些词均表示衣箱、手提包、手提箱。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配a heavy suitcase / luggage / baggage / case / bag / backpack / rucksack / chest / trunk / knapsackto carry a suitcase / luggage / baggage / a case / a handbag / a purse / a bag / a backpack / a rucksack / a knapsackto open / shut a suitcase / case / chest / trunkto check (in) your suitcase / luggage / baggage / bagto lift a suitcase / case / bag / chest / trunkto put on / take off a backpack / rucksack / knapsackto put down your suitcase / luggage / baggage / case / bagto pack / unpack / stuff sth into a suitcase / case / bag / backpack / rucksack / trunk / knapsackto search sb's suitcase / luggage / baggage / bag suitcase [countable] a container made of hard or soft material with flat sides and a handle, used for carrying clothes, etc. when you are travelling (旅行用的)手提箱He was carrying a battered leather suitcase.他提着一个破旧的皮革手提箱。She had been living out of a suitcase (= staying at many different places and having to carry her clothes, etc. around with her) for weeks.几周来她一直居无定所。 luggage [uncountable] the bags and cases that contain sb's clothes and other things when they are travelling 行李Can I leave my luggage here?我能把行李放在这儿吗?Several items fell from the luggage rack.有几件东西从行李架上掉了下来。 baggage [uncountable] luggage 行李 Baggage is only used in contexts relating to air travel. * baggage仅用于航空旅行的语境Please do not leave baggage unattended.请不要丢下行李不管。Go to the baggage claim area (= the place where you collect your baggage after a flight) on the ground floor.前往一楼的行李提取处。There is an excess baggage (= baggage that weighs more than the official weight limit on a plane) charge of $50.超重行李加收50元。 case [countable] (BrE, rather informal) a suitcase 手提箱She wanted to pack her case and leave immediately.她想收拾行李马上离开。 handbag [countable] a small bag for money, keys and other personal items, carried especially by women (尤指女用的)小手提包;坤包I had my handbag stolen in Liverpool.我的手提包在利物浦被人偷走了。 purse pɜːs; NAmE pɜːrs [countable] (NAmE) a handbag (尤指女用的)小手提包;坤包She fumbled in her purse for her glasses.她在手提包里胡乱摸找她的眼镜。 bag [countable] a container with a handle, made from fabric, plastic or leather that you carry clothes, etc. in while you are travelling 手提包;旅行袋I got my bag down from the rack.我从行李架上取下我的旅行袋。A bag is a small piece of luggage but the plural is often used to mean all luggage including suitcases. * bag指小件行李,但其复数形式则常指所有行李,包括手提箱The porter will take your bags up to your room.行李员会把行李送到你的房间去。 backpack ˈbækpæk [countable] a bag carried on the back 背包He was wearing a heavy backpack.他背着一个很沉的背包。 see also backpack tour verb rucksack ˈrʌksæk [countable] (BrE) a backpack 背包She slung the little rucksack on her back.她把小背包挎在后背上。 chest [countable] a large strong box, often made of wood, used for storing things in and/or moving them from one place to another (常为木制的)大箱子The documents were kept in an ancient oak chest with a brass lock.那些文件放在一个古老的橡木箱子里,用铜锁锁着。a pirate's treasure chest海盗的财宝箱 trunk [countable] a large strong box with two handles, made of metal or wood with metal corners used for transporting or storing clothes, books, etc. 大箱子;大衣箱I found the documents at the bottom of an old tin trunk in the attic.我在阁楼上一个旧铁皮箱子的底部找到了那些文件。NOTE 辨析 Chest or trunk?In some cases you can use either word. Chest is often used to describe sth larger, heavier and more old-fashioned than a trunk and can be more like a piece of furniture than a piece of luggage, used for storing things in rather than transporting things in. 在有些情况下这两个词可以通用。与trunk相比,chest常指比较大、重而且旧式的箱子,更像一件家具而非行李,用于贮存而非搬运东西。 knapsack ˈnæpsæk [countable] (old-fashioned or NAmE) a small backpack 小背包He had walked into the school yard that morning with his knapsack on his back and his lunchbox in his hand.那天早上,他背着小背包拿着午餐盒走进了校园。NOTE 辨析 Backpack, rucksack or knapsack?These are all bags that you carry on your back. Backpack is the most general word. It can be used for small bags carried by children or for large bags supported on a frame and used by people on climbing or walking trips. Rucksack is especially British, and can be a large bag with a frame or a small bag. Knapsack is always small and without a frame. It is old-fashioned in British English, but often used in American English. 这三个词均指背包,其中backpack含义最广,可指孩子们的小背包,也可指登山者或徒步旅行者用的有框架的大背包。rucksack尤为英式用语,可指小背包或有框架的大背包。knapsack总是指没有框架的小背包,在英式英语中已经过时,但在美式英语中很常用。

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