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  • 41bag — /bæg / (say bag) noun 1. a receptacle of leather, cloth, plastic, paper, etc. 2. a suitcase or other portable receptacle for carrying articles. 3. a handbag. 4. the contents of a bag. 5. a. a sandbag. b. the bags, World War I Colloquial the… …

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  • 42bag — bag1 [ bæg ] noun count *** 1. ) a container made of paper, plastic, or cloth, used for carrying or storing things: Put your dirty clothes in the plastic bag. He was weighed down by shopping bags. a golf bag a ) the things in a bag, or the amount …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 43Bag It Up — Single infobox Name = Bag It Up Artist = Geri Halliwell from Album = Schizophonic B side = These Boots Are Made For Walkin Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps Released = March 13, 2000 Format = CD Single, Cassette, Airplay Recorded = 1999 Genre = Pop,… …

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  • 44bağ — 1. is. 1) Bir şeyi başka bir şeye veya birçok şeyi topluca birbirine tutturmak için kullanılan ip, sicim, şerit, tel vb. düğümlenebilir nesne Ayakkabının bağı çözüldü. 2) Sargı Yaramın bağını değiştireceğim. 3) Bağlam, deste, demet Beş bağ ekin,… …

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  • 45bag — n 1. pouch, sack, Midland U.S. and Scot. poke, Southwestern U.S. alforja, Chiefly Scot. pocket, Obs. budget; pack, packet, satchel, container, receptacle, reticule. 2. purse, (in Scottish Highland costume) sporran, change purse, money bag;… …

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  • 46bag — I bag 1. bag sb., en, e, ene (en legemsdel) II bag 2. bag sb. (itk.) (bagværk) III bag 3. bag præp., adv.; bag huset; for og bag; bag efter el. bagefter vognen (jf. bagefter); bag i el. bagi bogen (jf. bagi); bag om el. bagom huset (jf. bagom);… …

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  • 47bag — {{11}}bag (n.) c.1200, bagge, from O.N. baggi or a similar Scandinavian source; not found in other Germanic languages, perhaps ultimately of Celtic origin. Disparaging slang for woman dates from 1924 (though various specialized senses of this are …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 48bag — 1. tv. to capture and arrest someone. (See also bagged. Underworld.) □ They bagged the robber with the loot still on him. □ We’ll be able to bag the alleged killer when we have more evidence. 2. n. an ugly woman. (Rude and derogatory.) □ Tell the …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 49bag — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. receptacle, case, container, pouch, sack. v. trap, capture, take, catch; sag, droop, hang; bulge, protrude, swell. See acquisition, pendency, convexity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A container] Syn. purse …

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  • 50bag — I. n 1. an unattractive and/or unpleasant woman. This usage originated in the early 20th century with the idea of a shapeless, heavy or burdensome female, previously expressed as baggage . 2. one s special interest or current preoccupation,… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 51bag — [[t]bæg[/t]] n. v. bagged, bag•ging 1) a container or receptacle made of some pliant material and capable of being closed at the mouth; pouch 2) a piece of portable luggage 3) purse; handbag 4) the amount or quantity a bag can hold 5) zool. an… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 52bag — I. noun Etymology: Middle English bagge, from Old Norse baggi Date: 13th century 1. a usually flexible container that may be closed for holding, storing, or carrying something: as a. purse; especially handbag b. a bag for game c. suitcase 2 …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 53bag — See air bag courier bag cruiser bag driver air bag passenger side air bag shot bag side impact air bag tank bag …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 54BAG — Die Abkürzung BAG steht für: Bundesarbeitsgericht, oberstes Gericht der Arbeitsgerichtsbarkeit in Deutschland Bundesamt für Güterverkehr, eine deutsche Behörde Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft, Begriffsklärung für diverse Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaften… …

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  • 55bag — n. & v. n. 1 a receptacle of flexible material with an opening at the top. 2 a (usu. in pl.) a piece of luggage (put the bags in the boot). b a woman s handbag. 3 (in pl.; usu. foll. by of) colloq. a large amount; plenty (bags of time). 4 (in… …

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  • 56bag — A pouch, sac, or receptacle. [A.S. baelg] Ambu b. proprietary name for a self reinflating b. with nonrebreathing valves to provide positive pressure ventilation during resuscitation with oxygen or air. breathing b. a collapsible reservoir from… …

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  • 57bag — noun 1》 a flexible container with an opening at the top.     ↘a piece of luggage. 2》 (bags) loose folds of skin under a person s eyes. 3》 (bags) Brit. dated loose fitting trousers. 4》 (bags of) informal, chiefly Brit. plenty of. 5》 the amount of… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 58bag — 1. noun 1) I dug around in my bag for a lipstick Syn: handbag, purse, shoulder bag, clutch bag/purse, minaudière; sack, pouch; historical reticule 2) she began to unpack her bags Syn: suitcase, case, valise …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 59Bag it! — 1. exclam. Drop dead! (California. See also Bag your face!; Bag that!) □ You re not rad, and you are not awesome, so, like, bag it! □ Bag it yourself! 2. exclam. Shut up! □ …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 60Bag — Die Abkürzung BAG steht für: BAG Buchhändler Abrechnungs Gesellschaft, ein Dienstleister Bagpipe Association of Germany, Dachverband der deutschen Great Highland Bagpipe Szene Bankaktiengesellschaft Basalt Actien Gesellschaft Bayrische Autowerke… …

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