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    Baggage

    What is the abstract meaning of 'baggage' in:


    She carries alot of baggage

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    Re: Baggage

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    Quote Originally Posted by AH020387 View Post
    What is the abstract meaning of 'baggage' in:


    She carries a lot of baggage

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    It means a lot of luggage.

    A banker would say,'All things you don't need with you if you have a credit card.'

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    Re: Baggage

    If you're thinking of marrying a divorcée, you'll need to consider her baggage: three children, clingy ex and needy mother.

    Rover
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    Re: Baggage

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    If you're thinking of marrying a divorcée, you'll need to consider his baggage: three children, clingy ex and needy mother.

    Rover

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