Translation of carryall in Spanish:


bolso de viaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɛriˌɔl/ /ˈkarɪɔːl/


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    bolso de viaje masculine
    bolsón masculine River Plate
    • ‘Back to cameras,’ Chastity said and slung her carryall on her shoulder as Brandon wrestled their suitcase to their brownstone.
    • She was dressed all in black and had a canvas carryall over her shoulder.
    • Don't take boxes, baskets, rod holdalls and big carryalls with you.
    • Heller's ‘Best Enemies’ meets all the criteria for this currently very hot-selling form of fiction, and you should definitely add it to your carryall this summer when you head for the beach.
    • While best known for simple travel and shoulder bags, Jack Spade puts out a great line of carryalls.
    • Her sturdy carryalls work as whimsical homes-away-from-home for the urban packrat.
    • Her detailed craftsmanship and eclectic mixes of materials have transformed the carryalls of ‘back home ‘into styles that are popular among New Yorkers.’
    • Vera Overholt placed her carryall by the front door.
    • I suspect people are eyeing my battered Coach carryall with a flag-scarf tied round it.
    • Large enough to hold several books, your wallet and phone, shoes, and whatever else you may need, each carryall can handle a full day's worth of meetings.
    • Wou has just two assets: a small but energetic staff and an unwavering belief in her signature product, a chic but practical striped carryall made from an environmentally friendly recyclable plastic called Wootex.