The average size of a suitcase is 28 inches by 32 inches. Airlines restrict the size of a suitcase that can be carried on the airplane and the size that can be in the cargo hold. Usually, a bag that is 16 inches by 20 inches is the largest carry-on bag. The cargo hold cannot hold a suitcase that is larger than 63 inches long.
Depends how big your suitcase is.
really big. Like the size or a suitcase.
A suitcase is more general, can be big, while a briefcase is that small square bag.
yeah you can but put it in the big suitcase
it depends on the suitcase
Yes you can, if your suitcase is big enough.
No, it is a noun. But it can be an adjunct (suitcase handle, suitcase rack).
No, but who would need all that space
Suitcase has two syllables.
A suitcase with wheels.
MatkalaukkuMy suitcase: Minun matkalaukkuni
Jewellery and diamonds are inthe suitcase
That's they exact way to spell suitcase
In holes book where did they find the suitcase
No. The boosters that will attach to the foot is so big that it will not fit the suit case for use.
Anyone who travels knows how important a suitcase is. The suitcase is nearly as old as time itself. Present day travelers have a former pilot to thank for inventing the suitcase many use now. Robert Plath invented the carryon size suitcase in 1987.
I will use a suitcase to whack your head.
The duration of Man in a Suitcase is 2940.0 seconds.
The duration of Girl with a Suitcase is 1.85 hours.
The duration of The Woman in the Suitcase is 3600.0 seconds.
Yes, suitcase is a compound word.
Yes he exerts a force which equals to the weight of the suitcase. So the suitcase is at rest in his holding
Ok, I saw on one of Rimowa (a suitcase producer) stating that they were the first one to introduce a suitcase, in around 1930's. So I'm guessing that Suitcase was an invention of the 20th centuries.
Technically, no; work is performed when lifting the suitcase, but not when holding it level. Work IS performed to accelerate the suitcase at the beginning of the sprint, when turning or climbing stairs, and to slow it down at the end; but carrying the suitcase at a constant velocity and constant height is not "work".