suitcasenoun

  • jaスーツケース
  • ena case with flat sides and a handle, used for carrying clothes, etc. when you are travelling

Examples

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- What's with the suitcase? - Going to Malaysia.
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- You're going to Malaysia? - No, the suitcase is going to Malaysia.
3.
I'm getting on a bus to Florida.
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My name is Piper Chapman.
2.
I carried a suitcase of drug money once, 10 years ago.
3.
Look at you, blondie. What'd you do?
4.
I read that you're not supposed to ask that.
5.
What, you studied for prison?
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The body was found stuffed disrespectfully in a girlie suitcase and buried over here.
2.
He had a blunt trauma to the head and a broken neck.
3.
When we scoured the area, I didn't find much except a couple of footprints heading nowhere.
4.
We ran his prints and he came back as Keith Powell, private investigator from New York.
5.
He has a daughter and an ex-wife.
6.
God, I hate telling the family.
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Why won't you let him come home?
2.
Is that what you think?
3.
His suitcase is here, and he's not.