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bags of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbags of somethingbags of somethingBritish English spokenLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNT a lot of something syn plenty She’s got bags of money. No need to rush – we’ve got bags of time. bag
Examples from the Corpus
bags of somethingThe case involved the sale of a specific lot of 700 bags of nuts lying in the seller's warehouse.After dinner, all of them carry bags of leftover ribs as they step into a white limousine.He helped Gabby bring two enormous bags of her things from her apartment.The trucker unloaded the ocean: stacks of 50-pound bags of InstantOcean, the same stuff you buy at tropical aquarium stores.Another day six bags of flour had been slashed open.Set to guitar mode it gave the sound bags of depth while remaining well up front.At the grinding mill, a line of women sit in the dirt behind the bags of maize.Two bags of paper money hurtled on to the road and burst open.
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