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rag 1

noun

  • 1 he wiped his hands on an oily rag
    piece of cloth, bit/scrap/fragment of cloth, cloth
    North American informal schmatte
    archaic clout
  • 2 (rags) a man dressed in rags
    tattered clothes, torn clothing, tatters, old clothes, cast-offs, hand-me-downs
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    rag 2

    noun

  • British students caused a ninety-minute traffic jam during their rag week
    fundraising event, charity event, charitable event, collection
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  • informal the President is now ragged mercilessly on national television See tease
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