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Luggage or luggages.


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Luggage :This word doesn't take a plural. Luggage means suitcases or bags belonging to a traveller. It is wrong to say- Where are my luggages? The proper way is -Where is my luggage? Similarly , baggage is also singular.

Sample Usage

Have you checked in your luggage?
I lost one of my luggage while travelling last week.



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