Definition of Baggie in English:

Baggie

Syllabification: Bag·gie
Pronunciation: /ˈbagē
 
/

noun (plural Baggies)

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1A plastic bag typically used for storing food.
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  • Kid's cooking feature, how to make Ice Cream in a Baggie, as featured in Fabulous Foods, the net's favorite cooking community.
  • Use the Baggie brand--it has the right thickness to allow a bit of air exchange.
  • My blocks didn't seem to fit in the gallon size zip locks I had, so I used the Baggie brand that come on a roll.
1.1 (baggie) informal Any small plastic bag.
More example sentences
  • His mother would often find a plastic baggie of dead worms and slugs in his pants pockets while she was doing the family laundry.
  • In a plastic baggie is a photo of three people standing in New York, the Twin Towers in the background.
  • Take baby wipes or put several wet washcloths in a plastic baggie for wiping faces.

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