Synonyms of bag in English:

bag


See definition of bag

noun

1‘he carried a bag filled with sandwiches’

SYNONYMS
receptacle, container
shopping bag, string bag, sack
British carrier bag, carrier
Scottish poke
North American dated keister

2‘I dug around in my bag for my lipstick’

SYNONYMS
handbag, shoulder bag, clutch bag, evening bag, pochette
North American pocketbook, purse
British informal bumbag
North American informal fanny pack
historical reticule, scrip

3‘she began to unpack her bags’

SYNONYMS
suitcase, case, valise, portmanteau, holdall, carryall, grip, overnight bag, overnighter, flight bag, travelling bag, Gladstone bag, carpet bag
backpack, rucksack, knapsack, haversack, kitbag, duffel bag
satchel
luggage, baggage
Australian, New Zealand informal port

verb

1‘he bagged three pheasants’

SYNONYMS
catch, capture, trap, snare, ensnare, land
kill, shoot, pick off

2‘I got there early to bag a seat in the front row’

SYNONYMS
get, secure, obtain, acquire
reserve, commandeer, grab, appropriate, take
win, achieve, attain
informal get one's hands on, get one's mitts on, nab, pick up, land, net

3‘her trousers bagged at the knee’

SYNONYMS
sag, hang loosely, bulge, swell, balloon