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bags (or bags I)

Definition of bags or bags I in English:

British informal A child’s expression used to make a claim to something: bags I his jacket
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  • Sweeney used to say, in Ireland, 'Bags I that.'
  • Bags I the hot dogs (inside) rather than the bottle stall (outside).
  • Here we say, 'bags I' instead. As in: bags I the chainsaw, bags I the best seat in the house, bags I the biggest piece of cake, and bags I the last beer....doesn't mean you always get it, tho.
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