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  • a flexible container with an opening at the top, used for carrying things.
    E.g. he arrived at the children's ward carrying a bag full of toys for the young patients
  • one's particular interest or taste.
    E.g. ask the manager about mild curries, if that's your bag
  • a woman, especially an older one, perceived as unpleasant or unattractive.
  • a base.
  • (in southern Africa) a unit of measurement, used especially of grain, equal to 70 kg (formerly 200 lb).
  • put (something) in a bag.
    E.g. customers bagged their own groceries
  • succeed in killing or catching (an animal).
    E.g. Mike bagged nineteen cod
  • (of clothes, especially trousers) form loose bulges due to wear.
    E.g. these trousers never bag at the knee
  • a child's expression used to make a claim to something.
    E.g. bags his jacket
  • abandon or give up on.
    E.g. she ought to just bag this marriage and get on with her life
  • fit (a patient) with an oxygen mask or other respiratory aid.
  • criticize.
    E.g. the fans should be backing him not bagging him

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