tog
transitive verb (togged; togging) Etymology: togs Date: circa 1785 to dress especially in fine clothing — usually used with up or out

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  • Tog — or TOG may refer to:* Togo, IOC code * Tog (unit), a unit of thermal resistance * Tuğ, Azerbaijan * Bruce Tognazzini, an interface guru * Terry s Old Geezers/Gals (TOGs), people who listen to the Terry Wogan show on BBC Radio 2 * a photographer… …   Wikipedia

  • tog — Ⅰ. tog [1] informal ► NOUN (togs) ▪ clothes. ► VERB (togged, togging) (be togged up/out) ▪ be fully dressed for a particular occasion or activity. ORIGIN apparently an abbreviation …   English terms dictionary

  • Tog — Tog, v. t. & i. To put toggery, or togs, on; to dress; usually with out, implying care, elaborateness, or the like. [Colloq. or Slang] Harper s Weekly. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • TOG — steht für: Togo, das olympische Länderkürzel TOG (Panzer), ein britischer Kampfpanzer Bruce Tognazzini, Interface Designer Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit dems …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tog — [täg, tôg] n. [prob. < cant togeman(s), togman, a cloak, coat, ult. < L toga, TOGA] 1. [Old Slang] a coat 2. [pl.] Informal clothes; outfit [tennis togs] vt., vi. togged, togging Informal to dress: usually with up or out …   English World dictionary

  • tog — /tog/, n., v., togged, togging. n. 1. a coat. 2. Usually, togs. clothes. v.t. 3. to dress (often fol. by out or up). [1775 85; appar. short for earlier cant togeman(s), togman cloak, coat, equiv. to toge (late ME < L toga TOGA) + man(s) obs. cant …   Universalium

  • tog — tog, tóguri, s.n. (înv.) 1. proprietate prin comasarea unor terenuri. 2. loc neted; luminiş în pădure; fânaţ. 3. adăpost în câmp. Trimis de blaurb, 13.03.2007. Sursa: DAR …   Dicționar Român

  • tog — (n.) 1708, any outer garment, shortened from togman cloak, loose coat (1560s), thieves cant word, formed from Fr. togue cloak, from L. toga (see TOGA (Cf. toga)). Middle English toge toga (14c.) was also a cant word for coat …   Etymology dictionary

  • tog — aero·pho·tog·ra·phy; ag·ros·tog·ra·pher; ag·ros·tog·ra·phy; aor·tog·ra·phy; aso·ma·tog·no·sia; as·tog·e·ny; au·tog·a·mous; au·tog·a·my; au·tog·e·ny; au·tog·no·sis; au·tog·nos·tic; au·tog·ra·pher; au·tog·ra·phy; blas·tog·e·ny; bo·tog·e·nin;… …   English syllables

  • tog — I tog 1. tog sb., et, e el. tog, ene (et transportmiddel) II tog 2. tog sb., et, tog, ene (optog; togt) III tog 3. tog vb., præt. af tage …   Dansk ordbog

  • tog — I UK [tɒɡ] / US [tɑɡ] noun Word forms tog : singular tog plural togs 1) togs [plural] informal old fashioned clothes, especially the clothes that you wear for a particular activity 2) [countable] British a unit for measuring the warmth of a duvet …   English dictionary

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