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bags, plural;
  1. Put (something) in a bag
    • - customers bagged their own groceries
    • - we bagged up the apples
  2. (of a hunter) Succeed in killing or catching an animal
    • - in 1979, handgun hunters bagged 677 deer
  3. Succeed in securing (something)
    • - we've bagged three awards for excellence
  4. Take, occupy, or reserve (something) before someone else can do so
    • - get there early to bag a seat in the front row
  5. (of clothes, esp. pants) Hang loosely or lose shape
    • - these trousers never bag at the knee
  6. Swell or bulge

  7. Quit; give up on
    • - it was a drag to be in the ninth grade at 17, so he bagged it
  8. Fit (a patient) with an oxygen mask or other respiratory aid

Noun
  1. A container of flexible material with an opening at the top, used for carrying things
    • - brown paper bags
    • - a shopping bag
  2. An amount held by such a container
    • - a bag of apples
  3. A woman's handbag or purse

  4. A piece of luggage
    • - she began to unpack her bags
  5. A base

  6. Plenty of something
    • - I had bags of energy
  7. The amount of game shot by a hunter

  8. A loose fold of skin under a person's eye
    • - the bags under his eyes gave him a sad appearance
  9. A sac in an animal, such as the udder of a cow

  10. offensive. A woman, esp. an older one, perceived as unpleasant, bad-tempered, or unattractive
    • - an interfering old bag
  11. One's particular interest or taste
    • - if religion and politics are your bag, you'll find something to interest you here

  1. a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
  2. capture or kill, as in hunting; "bag a few pheasants"
  3. hang loosely, like an empty bag
  4. the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person); "his bag included two deer"
  5. base: a place that the runner must touch before scoring; "he scrambled to get back to the bag"
  6. bulge: bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
  7. Bag is the first album by God Street Wine. It was released independently by Ripe & Ready records, containing many of the songs that would become staples of their concerts for years to come.
  8. In mathematics, a multiset (or bag) is a generalization of a set. While each member of a set has only one membership, a member of a multiset can have more than one membership (meaning that there may be multiple instances of a member in a multiset, not that a single member instance may appear ...
  9. Bag is a binary-determination logic puzzle published by Nikoli.
  10. (The Bags (rock band)) The Bags are a hard rock/punk rock band from Lexington, Massachusetts, and are not to be confused with The Bags, a punk rock band formed in 1977. The band is composed of members Jon Hardy, Jim Janota, and Crispin Wood. ...
  11. A flexible container made of cloth, paper, plastic, etc; A handbag; A suitcase; A schoolbag, especially a backpack; One’s preference; An ugly woman; The cloth-covered pillow used for first, second, and third base; First, second, or third base; A breathalyzer, so named because it formerly ...
  12. (bags) eye circles; /(New Zealand) to reserve for oneself
  13. (Bags) Fossils such as Pteridinium preserved within sediment layers resemble "mud-filled bags". The scientific community is a long way from reaching a consensus on their interpretation.^[38]
  14. (BAGS) Bookmakers Afternoon Greyhound Services Limited, a not-for- profit company set up by various bookmakers, including William Hill.
  15. (Bags) Another word for "Overtricks".
  16. (Bags) This is what pilots call flight suits.
  17. Most bags used domestically are paper 50-lb. bags, which come in plain brown color and manufacturers' custom branded and colored bags.
  18. A generic term for the cloth sacks used to transport and store coins. These came into use in the mid-nineteenth century and replaced wooden kegs. Also refers to the quantity of coins of a particular denomination found in a bag (such as 5000 cents or 1000 silver dollars).
  19. The deployment bag in which the canopy is packed.
  20. A burlap sack of coffee. In various countries it is a different weight. For example, in Brazil a bag is 132 pounds. In Colombia it is 154 pounds. In Hawaii it is 100 pounds. (132 lb. is the most common.)
  21. Men used a variety of bags including wallets. Women used workbags, knotting bags, and plain "bags". It is difficult to find pictorial documentation of the more ordinary sorts of bags. Game bags:
  22. also happens to be just common enough in other derogatory slang words that it has a negative valence. When making derogatory words, if you add “bag” at the end, you can sometimes make it just a little more derogatory. This is thanks to other slang words like windbag, dirtbag, and scumbag. ...
  23. Sails are said to bag when they do not sit flat.
  24. Loose skin which wrinkles as it is gathered together or pushed; a bag remains loose, not taut; it may be permanent, but will thicken or become larger or more prominent with certain actions.
  25. General term for all sacks used for enclosing and transporting Mail. (sac)