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frig1

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Pronunciation: /frɪɡ
 
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vulgar slang

verb (frigs, frigging, frigged)

1 [with object] Have sexual intercourse with.

noun

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Origin

late Middle English: of unknown origin. The original sense was 'move restlessly, wriggle', later 'rub, chafe', hence 'masturbate' (late 17th century).

Phrasal verbs

frig about/around

1
Spend time doing unimportant or trivial things.

Words that rhyme with frig

big, brig, dig, fig, gig, grig, jig, lig, pig, prig, rig, snig, sprig, swig, tig, trig, twig, Whig, wigabridge, bridge, fridge, midge, ridge

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There are 2 main definitions of frig in English:

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Pronunciation: /frɪɡ
 
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noun

informal , chiefly British
Old-fashioned spelling of fridge.
Example sentences
  • Jocelyn came over and slammed the refrigerator door with Nova's head still in the frig.
  • ‘I have soda in the frig,’ Joanne politely offered her guests.
  • Either the water inlet valve in the back of the frig is allowing water to seep past it even when its turned off.

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