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debag

Line breaks: de¦bag
Pronunciation: /diːˈbaɡ
 
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Definition of debag in English:

verb (debags, debagging, debagged)

[with object] British informal
Take the trousers off (someone) as a joke or punishment: we debagged him and put his Y-fronts on the roof!
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  • A few of the ladies got a bit squiffy, with the shout of ‘Let's debag Brownlegg! ‘being the battle cry.’

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