masculine noun
1. (bag) 
a. haversack 
Sebastían abrió su morral, sacó las fotocopias y me las entregó.Sebastian opened his haversack, took out the photocopies and gave them to me.
b. satchel 
Puse los libros en el morral y salí corriendo a clase.I put my textbooks in the satchel and ran to class.
2. (hunting) 
a. pouch 
Tomé dos cartuchos de mi morral y cargué la escopeta.I took two cartridges from my pouch and loaded the shotgun.
b. gamebag 
El cazador puso la liebre en su morral.The hunter put the hare in his gamebag.
c. game bag 
Regresé del bosque con el morral vacío. No pude cazar ningún faisán.I returned from the forest with an empty game bag. I couldn't catch any pheasants.
3. (horseback riding) 
a. nosebag 
El caballo ya se comió todo el pienso del morral.The horse already ate all the fodder in the nosebag.
1. (military) 
a. haversack 
2. (de cazador) 
a. gamebag 
1 (mochila) haversack; knapsack; [de caza] pouch; game bag; [de caballo] nosebag
2 (matón) lout; rough type
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