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Whats the difference between baggage and luggage Or is there any difference bw those?

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    Welcome to EL&U; you may be interested in "Baggage" versus "luggage" I strongly encourage you to take the site tour and review the help center as an introduction to the site. – choster Feb 16 at 4:17
  • When you have luggage from a previous relationship, you can pack clothing into it. (More plainly, baggage is often used as a term for psychological encumbrances; I have never heard luggage used in this way.) – Ed Grimm Feb 16 at 4:20

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