Definition of briefcase
: a flat flexible case for carrying papers or books
Recent Examples of briefcase from the Web
Levenger is a provider of heritage and digital technologies in its accessories, including writing instruments; leather portfolios, briefcases, digital storage solutions and home and office furniture.
The complaint against the President says that Batista sent a $152,000 payment to Temer, which was received in a briefcase by former federal lawmaker Rodrigo Rocha Loures, who also was charged in the case.
When the couple returned, the right side passenger rear window was smashed and their briefcases were gone.
And Simpson, during a sandwich lunch with Paul Wood in the BBC’s Washington radio studio, reached into his briefcase and handed over to the British journalist a redacted version of Steele’s initial report.
Wouldn't that be equally heelish, while allowing a woman to actually grab the briefcase?
To remind yourself that your child is in the car, put your cell phone, purse, briefcase or another must-have item in the back seat near your child.
Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Kevin Owens vs. Shinsuke Nakamura vs. A.J. Styles vs. Sami Zayn vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin: The winner is the man who can climb the ladder and grab the briefcase suspended over the ring.
Nikki takes the big-rig to a dump, fetches a briefcase from the cabin, and drives off in a separate car with Mr. Wrench.
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First Known Use of briefcase
BRIEFCASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of briefcase for English Language Learners
: a flat case that is used for carrying papers or books
BRIEFCASE Defined for Kids
Definition of briefcase for Students
: a flat case for carrying papers or books
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