of a size and shape suitable for being carried onto and stowed in the passenger compartment of an airplane:
a piece of carry-on luggage.
Moreover, I accomplished my goal of only packing a carry-on.
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You just travel light with carry-on luggage, go to cities that you love, and get to hang out with all your friends.
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They also faced rigorous extra checks of carry-on bags, as well as some body searches, before boarding.
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She will then, at a time of her choosing, tuck it, say, into my carry-on bag just before I leave on a research trip.
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Anna and I lay down on the cold linoleum floor, pillowing our heads on our carry-on bags.
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It was just her way of doing the carry-on for Aunt Clara Lamar.
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takeout (defs 2, 3). adj. 1935, from the verbal phrase, from carry (v.) + out (adv.).
that which is carried over, postponed, or extended to a later time, account, etc. Bookkeeping. the total of one page of an account carried forward to the next. carryforward (def 2). Historical Examples He might have headed a revolutionary government elsewhere in China but not a carry-over administration in Peking. Government in Republican China Paul […]
a license to carry a handgun on one’s person.
to cut (a solid material) so as to form something: to carve a piece of pine. to form from a solid material by cutting: to carve a statue out of stone. to cut into slices or pieces, as a roast of meat. to decorate with designs or figures cut on the surface: The top of […]