baggage excess

baggage excess
baggage excess LEIS, LOGIS Mehrgepäck n

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  • excess baggage — Ⅰ. excess baggage ► bags, cases, etc. that weigh more than the weight you are allowed to take onto a plane, or the extra money you have to pay for it to be taken: »On the return trip we were charged $80 excess baggage. Main Entry: ↑baggage Ⅱ.… …   Financial and business terms

  • baggage — UK US /ˈbægɪdʒ/ noun [U] (UK ALSO luggage) TRANSPORT ► the cases, bags, etc. that you take with you when you travel: »Have a name tag on each piece of baggage. »You ll need to put any sharp objects into your checked baggage. ● carry on/hand… …   Financial and business terms

  • excess baggage — 1. passenger baggage weighing in excess of the allowed amount. 2. Informal. an unnecessary burden. * * * ˌexcess ˈbaggage [excess baggage] noun uncountable bags, cases, etc. taken on to a plane that weigh more than the amount each passenger is… …   Useful english dictionary

  • baggage — noun (esp. AmE) ADJECTIVE ▪ carry on, hand (BrE) ▪ checked (esp. AmE), checked in (BrE) ▪ Any sharp objects must go in your checked baggage. ▪ excess …   Collocations dictionary

  • baggage — [[t]bæ̱gɪʤ[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT Your baggage consists of the bags that you take with you when you travel. The passengers went through immigration control and collected their baggage. ...excess baggage. Syn: luggage 2) N UNCOUNT: usu with supp You… …   English dictionary

  • excess — n. /ik ses , ek ses/; adj., v. /ek ses, ik ses /, n. 1. the fact of exceeding something else in amount or degree: His strength is in excess of yours. 2. the amount or degree by which one thing exceeds another: The bill showed an excess of several …   Universalium

  • excess — noun 1. /əkˈsɛs / (say uhk ses), /ˈɛk / (say ek ) the fact of exceeding something else in amount or degree. 2. /əkˈsɛs / (say uhk ses), /ˈɛk / (say ek ) the amount or degree by which one thing exceeds another. 3. /əkˈsɛs / (say uhk ses), /ˈɛk /… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Excess Baggage — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Excess Baggage Título Exceso de equipaje (España e Hispanoamérica) Ficha técnica Dirección Marco Brambilla Dirección artística Richard Hudolin Producción …   Wikipedia Español

  • baggage — 1. Baggage and luggage overlap in use, although baggage generally connotes something heavier and bulkier and less easily transportable by hand. Some collocations are more or less fixed, e.g. excess baggage, baggage claim, baggage handler; and a… …   Modern English usage

  • excess baggage — noun uncount 1. ) bags that weigh more than the official limit that each person is allowed to take on a plane. You have to pay money to take them with you. 2. ) INFORMAL anything that someone wants to get rid of …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • excess baggage — ► NOUN ▪ luggage weighing more than the limit allowed on an aircraft, liable to an extra charge …   English terms dictionary