prog
I. intransitive verb (progged; progging) Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1624 chiefly dialect to search about; especially forage II. noun Date: 1655 chiefly dialect food, victuals III. abbreviation 1. program 2. progressive

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  • prog — prog·a·mous; prog·e·ny; prog·nath·ic; prog·na·thism; prog·na·thous; prog·ne; prog·no·sis; prog·nos·ti·ca·ble; prog·nos·ti·cal; prog·nos·ti·cate; prog·nos·ti·ca·tion; prog·nos·ti·ca·tive; prog·nos·ti·ca·tor; prog·ress·ism; prog·ress·ist;… …   English syllables

  • próg — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż IIa, D. progu {{/stl 8}}{{stl 20}} {{/stl 20}}{{stl 12}}1. {{/stl 12}}{{stl 7}} listwa łącząca dolne części futryny drzwi, zwykle wystająca nad poziom podłogi; zasłania szczelinę na styku podłóg dwóch pomieszczeń lub… …   Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • Prog — Prog, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Progged}. p. pr. & vb. n. {Progging}.] [Cf. D. prachen, G. prachern, Dan. prakke, Sw. pracka, to beg, L. procare, procari, to ask, demand, and E. prowl.] 1. To wander about and beg; to seek food or other supplies by low …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Prog — Prog, n. 1. Victuals got by begging, or vagrancy; victuals of any kind; food; supplies. [Slang] Swift. [1913 Webster] So long as he picked from the filth his prog. R. Browning. [1913 Webster] 2. A vagrant beggar; a tramp. [Slang] [1913 Webster] 3 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prog — /prog/, v., progged, progging, n. Brit. Slang. v.i. 1. to search or prowl about, as for plunder or food; forage. n. 2. food or victuals. [1560 70; orig. uncert.] * * * …   Universalium

  • prog — 1958, colloquial shortening of PROGRESSIVE (Cf. progressive) (q.v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • prog — prog1 [präg] vi. progged, progging [via dial. < ? ME prokken, to beg (prob. < LowG)] Dial. to prowl about, as in search of food or plunder; forage n. Dial. food obtained as by progging prog2 abbrev. 1. program 2. progressive …   English World dictionary

  • Prog — Progressive Rock stilistische Ursprünge: Psychedelic Rock, Hard Rock, Klassische Musik, Elektronische Musik, Jazz, Folk und Weltmusik Kultureller Ursprung: 1968 England Typische Instrumente …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • próg — m III, D. progu, N. progiem; lm M. progi 1. «poprzeczna dolna część futryny drzwiowej, wystająca nad poziom podłogi» Drewniany, kamienny próg. Niski, wysoki, wystający próg. Próg domu, chaty. Stanąć, usiąść na progu. Potknąć się o próg. Wyjść za… …   Słownik języka polskiego

  • prog — I. /prɒg/ (say prog) noun 1. a spike or skewer. 2. a prick; stab: *Poke a stick up the log, give the spalpeen a prog –a.b. (banjo) paterson, 1895. {origin unknown} II. /prɒg/ (say prog) noun food or provisions, especially for a journey: *Lots of… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Prog. — Progressive. * * * prog1 «prog», noun. British Informal. a progressive. prog2 «prog», verb, progged, prog|ging, noun. Dialect. –v.i. 1. to search or prowl about, especial …   Useful english dictionary

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