sagged, past participle; sagging, present participle; sagged, past tense; sags, 3rd person singular present;
Sink or subside gradually under weight or pressure or through lack of strength
he closed his eyes and sagged against the wall
Hang down loosely or unevenly
stockings that sagged at the knees
Have a downward bulge or curve
the bed sagged in the middle
a sagging ceiling about to fall
(of a ship) Bend longitudinally so that the middle is lower than the ends
Decline to a lower level, usually temporarily
exports are forging ahead while home sales sag
A downward curve or bulge in a structure caused by weakness or excessive weight or pressure
a sag in the middle necessitated a third set of wheels
The amount of this, measured as the perpendicular distance from the middle of the curve to the straight line between the two supporting points
A decline, esp. a temporary one
a shape that sags; "there was a sag in the chair seat"
droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness
cause to sag; "The children sagged their bottoms down even more comfortably"
Sâg is a commune located in Sălaj County, Romania.
Şag is a commune in Timiş County, Romania. It is composed of a single village, Şag; Parţa village broke off as a separate commune in 2004. The mayor of the village is Mr. Oprea Venus.
Šag is a village in Croatia. It is connected by the D34 highway.
S-arrestin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SAG gene.
In geology a sag is a former river bed which has been partially filled with debris from glaciation or other natural processes but which is still visible in the surface terrain. ...
The state of sinking or bending; sagging; The difference in elevation of a wire, cable, chain or rope suspended between two consecutive points; The difference height or depth between the vertex and the rim of a curved surface, specifically used for optical elements such as a mirror or lens; To ...
(Sags) Excessive flow, causing runs or sagging in paint film during application. Usually caused by applying too heavy a coat of paint or thinning too much.
(Sags) Also know as brownouts, sags are short term decreases in voltage levels. This is the most common power problem.
(Sags) An aggravated condition of paint where a band of paint runs down the side of a vertical area of the body. It may be caused by excessive build-up of paint, thinners which are too slow-acting, or excessively slow movement of the spray gun
(Sags) Areas of uneven coating produced by flow of excessively thick layers of wet coating. Sags and runs differ only in the shape and size of the affected areas. Sandblasting - A process for cleaning a surface by air- or water-borne sand, prior to painting. ...
(Sags) When the line voltages drop to 80 to 85 percent below normal for short periods of time. Possible causes are heavy equipment being turned on, large electrical motors being started, and the switching of power mains (internal or utility). ...
Settling or drooping of base flashings that have not been properly secured to a surface.
To slide or drift off course.
Slack in a cable, particularly in a skyline (19).
When a defender moves away from their opponent toward the basket they are defending.
Sag and Col are typically dips in the ridge without a road, while Gap and Notch are typically larger dips that have a road going through. Sag is a typically southern term, as is Gap, while Col and Notch are typically northern terms. Water Gap, is of course, a Gap with a river.
A defensive tactic in which a player drops off his man to help double-team a player in the pivot.
The distance between the actual location of a conductor (at its lowest point in a given span) and an imaginary line drawn between the conductor’s two adjacent supports.
refers to how much a suspension moves under just the static load of the rider. Sag is often used as one parameter when tuning a suspension for a rider. Spring preload is adjusted until the desired amount of sag is measured.
1. In the geometric sense, an abbreviation for the term "sagitta,'' the height of a curve measured from the chord.
A decrease in the thickness of a section.
The amount (distance) the front or rear of the bike compresses A) under its own weight with no rider (Unladen Sag or Unsprung Weight), and B) fully loaded with a rider and all of his riding gear on board in the riding position. ...