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bag

bag

 
pronunciation:
baeg
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a flexible container, usu. made of cloth, paper, or leather, and used to hold things; sack; pouch.
 
similar words:
gunny, gunnysack, pouch, sack
definition 2: any of various types of hand luggage, such as a purse, satchel, or suitcase.
similar words:
baggage, carryall, ditty bag, duffel bag, grip, handbag, luggage, mailbag, pocketbook, portmanteau, purse, reticule, sack, satchel, suitcase, valise, vanity case
definition 3: something that resembles a bag.
similar words:
bladder, pocket, pouch, sac
definition 4: the quantity that a bag holds; bagful.
She ate a bag of popcorn.
synonyms:
bagful
similar words:
sack, sackful
definition 5: (slang) an area of skill or interest.
High finance is his bag.
synonyms:
cup of tea, forte, métier, thing
similar words:
hobby, partiality, predilection, preference, province, specialty
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: bagged, bagging, bags
definition 1: to bulge or swell out.
synonyms:
bulge
similar words:
balloon, belly, distend, enlarge, expand, pouch, swell
definition 2: to hang loosely.
The skin under his chin bags.
synonyms:
droop, sag
similar words:
dangle, fall, hang, spread, stretch
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition 1: to fill a bag with; put in a bag.
similar words:
enclose, pack, package, pouch, sack
definition 2: to cause to bulge or swell out.
synonyms:
distend
similar words:
bloat, bulge, inflate, pouch, spread, stretch, swell
definition 3: to kill or capture (game).
similar words:
capture, kill, shoot, snare, trap