A sack or pouch, used for holding anything; as, a bag of meal or of money.
The quantity of game bagged.
A certain quantity of a commodity, such as it is customary to carry to market in a sack; as, a bag of pepper or hops; a bag of coffee.
To put into a bag; as, to bag hops.
A sack of coffee which is usually 60kg but in some countries is 50kg or 70kg.
the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person); "his bag included two deer"
the quantity that a bag will hold; "he ate a large bag of popcorn"
A burlap sack of coffee. Weight differs from country to country. For example: in Brazil a bag is 132 pounds. In Colombia it is 154 pounds. In Hawaii it is 100 pounds. (132 pounds is the most common)
General term for all sacks used for enclosing and transporting Mail. (sac)
quantity of drug purchased in envelope or folded paper
A burlap sack of coffee. In various countries it is a different weight. For example, in Brazil a bag is 132 pounds, in Columbia it is 154 pounds and in Hawaii it is 100 pounds. The most common weight, however, is 132 pounds. (A pound is equal to 0.454 kg)
A burlap sack of coffee. In various countries it is a different weight. For example: Brazil a bag is 132 pounds. Colombia it is 154 pounds. In Hawaii it is 100 pound. (132 lbs is the most common.)
(of cement) (See Sack)
As defined in the Agreement, a bag means 60 kilogrammes or 132.276 pounds of coffee. Some exporting Members use bags of 70 kg or other weights for their exports.
A generic term for the cloth sacks in which coin are stored and transported. These came into use in the mid-nineteenth century and replaced wooden kegs for this purpose.
A quantity of Portland cement; 94 pounds in the United States, 87.5 pounds in Canada, 112 pounds in the United Kingdom, and 50 kilograms in most other countries. Different weights per bag are commonly used for other types of cement. Same as sack.
A generic term for the cloth sacks used to transport and store coins. These came into use in the mid-nineteenth century and replaced wooden kegs. Also refers to the quantity of coins of a particular denomination found in a bag (such as 5000 cents or 1000 silver dollars).