Translation of holdall in Spanish:

holdall

bolso de viaje, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhəʊldɔːl//ˈhoʊldˌɔl/

noun

British

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    (for travel) bolso de viaje masculine
    (for travel) bolsa de viaje feminine Spain
    (for travel) bolsón masculine River Plate
    (for sports gear) bolsa (de deportes) feminine
    • He had a local accent and was carrying a holdall.
    • No bags, rucksacks, backpacks or holdalls more than eight inches square.
    • If you are well under the luggage allowance on the outward bound trip, that allows you to bring back plenty of goodies in your spare holdall which should be of a light nylon type that will squash down.
    • She told Mr Clarke that everything inside the blue holdall belonged to her.
    • I sat with my holdall on my lap.
    • The four staff members gave different descriptions of the robbers, their clothes and holdalls allegedly used to remove the paintings.
    • Although the museum asks that bags be left at the entrance, they walk through its artefact-filled rooms carrying large holdalls.
    • ‘The smaller one, the one with the shotgun, returned to the exhibition room carrying two holdalls over his shoulder,’ said Mr Fisher.
    • He has a snake tattoo on his right forearm and was last seen wearing blue or black jeans, black trainers and grey jacket and carrying a red holdall with the word TRAVEL on it.
    • I had a small holdall with clean clothes and some books, and my computer holder.
    • As this tends to involve an overnight stay I put everything in a holdall and I try and keep it to the minimum as I hate having to check stuff in.
    • Stuart believes that the stolen items, which were in a blue holdall, may have been dumped somewhere by whoever stole them.
    • I've lost count of the number of tube travellers I've seen laden with both tiny handbag and big rucksack, or huge holdall and little shoulder bag.
    • He was last seen wearing blue or black jeans, black trainers, a grey jacket and was carrying a red holdall with the word ‘Travel’ on it.
    • Instead, criminals are still using the traditional method of carrying the cash in holdalls.
    • Both men carried holdalls and forced the staff members into the vault of the bank, where they stole a large quantity of cash and other items.
    • The men were wearing shirts and ties and were about 5ft 10 in and carried two bags, a holdall and a laptop bag, which were used to steal the equipment.
    • Detectives who searched his home found a holdall, items snatched from the post office, a police scanner and his bingo membership card.
    • From the periphery of his vision he noted that Ben had shoved most of his belongings into a holdall he was taking with him.