Spanish Word for handbag  

English Word: handbag

Spanish Word: la bolsa, la cartera (lat),
The Spanish Word for handbag
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Translated sentences containing 'handbag'
She had her handbag over her shoulder.
Llevaba el bolso al hombro.

My handbag, which had been on the floor, was snatched.
Me robaron el bolso, que estaba en el suelo.
My assistant's handbag was grabbed and her hand injured.
A mi asistente le robaron la cartera y tiene lesionada una mano.
The third was Mr Provan who, for all we know, still has a hotline to Mrs Thatcher's handbag.
El tercero era el Sr. Provan, quien, según tenemos entendido, todavía tiene una línea directa con el bolso de la Sra. Thatcher.
Well, the handbag has gone but the rebate and the claim for rebate remain from the UK, and from Germany.
Aquel bolso ya pertenece al pasado, pero el reembolso y las solicitudes de reembolso siguen siendo enarbolados por el Reino Unido y Alemania.
We all remember that handbag that Mrs Thatcher wielded when she banged the table and said: ' I want my money back' .
Todos recordamos aquel bolso que esgrimía la Sra. Thatcher mientras golpeaba la mesa y decía: "Quiero que me devuelvan mi dinero».
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