recoger el equipaje

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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (general)
a. to collect the luggage
Los pasajeros bajaron del avión y fueron a recoger el equipaje que habían facturado.The passengers got off the plane and went to collect the luggage they'd checked in.
b. to collect one's luggage
¿En qué cinta transportadora tenemos que recoger el equipaje? - En la número 2.Which conveyor belt have we got to collect our luggage from? - From number 2.
c. to pick up the luggage
Cuando aterricemos, tú puedes recoger el equipaje mientras yo cambio algo de dinero.When we land, you can pick up the luggage while I'm exchanging some money.
d. to pick up one's luggage
Antes de ir a la estación, tengo que pasar por el hotel para recoger el equipaje.Before going to the station, I have to stop by the hotel to pick up my luggage.
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