“Bag”, “Bags” in Turkish

In Turkish, “Bag” is written as:

Poşet

In Turkish, “Bags” is written as:

Poşetler

(Editor’s note: In Turkish, there are two common terms for Bag and Bags: Poşet (singular) / Poşetler (plural) and Çanta (singular) / Çantalar (plural). Conventionally, Çanta / Çantalar are the root words in many bag-oriented terms such as Knapsack (In Turkish, Sırt çantası) and Purse (In Turkish, El çantası). In the context of a bag(s) in a grocery or convenience store setting, Poşet / Poşetler are the words used.)

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Examples in sentences or statements

 
Can I have a bag?

Bir poşet alabilir miyim?

 
Do you want a bag?

Poşet ister misiniz?

 
Here is a bag.

İşte bir poşet.

 
The bag is full.

Poşet dolu.

 
“The bags are full.”

Poşetler dolu.
 

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Bag”, “Bags” in Lebanese Arabic

“Bag”, “Bags” in Tunisian Arabic
 

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