- a container made of flexible material with an opening at the top, used for carrying things；an amount held by a bag
- put (something) in a bag；succeed in killing or catching (an animal)
verb: bag, 3rd person present: bags, gerund or present participle: bagging, past tense: bagged, past participle: bagged
noun: bag, plural noun: bags
- 1. a container made of flexible material with an opening at the top, used for carrying things brown paper bags a shopping bag 同義詞
- ▪ an amount held by a bag a bag of apples
- ▪ a woman's handbag or purse a velvet evening bag 同義詞
- ▪ a piece of luggage she began to unpack her bags 同義詞
- ▪ the amount of game shot by a hunter an estimated bag of 3,000 ducks
- ▪ a loose fold of skin under a person's eye the bags under his eyes gave him a sad appearance
- ▪ British informal plenty of I had bags of energy
- 2. informal one's particular interest or taste if religion and politics are your bag, you'll find something to interest you here
- 3. derogatory a woman, especially an older one, perceived as unpleasant or unattractive.
- 4. a base.
- 1. put (something) in a bag customers bagged their own groceries we bagged up the apples
- 2. succeed in killing or catching (an animal) in 1979, handgun hunters bagged 677 deer 同義詞
- ▪ succeed in securing (something) we've bagged three awards for excellence get there early to bag a seat in the front row 同義詞
- 3. (of clothes, especially pants) hang loosely or lose shape these trousers never bag at the knee 同義詞
- 4. North American informal fit (a patient) with an oxygen mask or other respiratory aid.
- 5. North American informal quit; give up on it was a drag to be in the ninth grade at 17, so he bagged it