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walker

walker  n.— «The cocaine arrived on October 8 in the most humble of vehicles: a briefcase, carried as hand luggage on a flight from Argentina by a man described in court documents as the “walker”—or, in popular parlance, the...

bag drag

bag drag n. generally, the transportation of luggage; in air travel, a connecting flight or the act of getting to a flight (with luggage); in the military, a change in deployment, especially a multi-part itinerary that includes a change in vehicles...

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «Bag drag: n. when a flight attendant takes a trip but never even opens her luggage.» —“L.A. Speak: Flight Attendants” by Laura A. Galloway Los Angeles Times Mar. 20, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued...

bag drag

bag drag  n.— «“Why, if we are incapable of transferring passengers’ bags, do we continue to pretend we can.” Faced with the anguish of being separated from luggage, the personal “bag drag” would surely be the better way...

turk

turk  v.— «Yet the debate has taken on racist and xenophobic undertones in Austria, where local slang is peppered with disparaging expressions: If something’s been “Turked,” it’s been faked or swindled, and “Turkish...

mitigate

mitigate  v.— «Continental Airlines employees also bore blame, he said, because they would send bags directly onto the planes if they determined the TSA could not screen every bag for explosives without causing delays. In airport parlance...

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