excess luggage

excess luggage
excess luggage or excess baggage noun
Luggage above the weight allowed free
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Main Entry:excess

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • excess — n. & adj. n. 1 the state or an instance of exceeding. 2 the amount by which one quantity or number exceeds another. 3 exceeding of a proper or permitted limit. 4 a the overstepping of the accepted limits of moderation, esp. intemperance in eating …   Useful english dictionary

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