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Saltos de línea: fag
British

sustantivo

1 [in singular] informal A tiring or unwelcome task: it’s too much of a fag to drive all the way there and back again
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • So instead of a relaxing end to a busy social week, diving has become a fag and a beastly chore.
Sinónimos
chore, slog, grind, drudgery, exertion, trouble, bother, pain, hardship, bore
informal sweat
2A junior pupil at a public school who does minor chores for a senior pupil: a fag at school who has suffered a well-earned beating
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Unlike most of the top pros who, when the camera's are pointed elsewhere, treat their caddies as if they were public school fags, Garcia is genuinely close to his bagman, South African Glenn Murray.
  • He looks like he should be a fag at a public school with those impish, worried looks.

verbo (fags, fagging, fagged)

[no object] informal Volver al principio  
1Work hard, especially at a tedious task: he didn’t have to fag away in a lab to get the right answer
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  • Hardly ideal circumstances for a history-making start, but after a few innings things fag into place for the hard throwing right-hander.
  • I couldn't be fagged doing it tonight, as I am recovering from the horror of dragging two toddlers around the Royal Melbourne Show all day.
1.1(Of a public-school pupil) do minor chores for a senior pupil: the lower boys in each house fagged for members of the Library
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  • Kerr is a strange fish; I once fagged for a chap like him at Fettes.
  • In fact, according to a recent biography of Jackson, Churchill actually fagged for two England captains, having earlier served Archie MacLaren as well.
  • Letwin had his rebellious moments, campaigning against fagging, the custom of older pupils using younger ones as servants, yet his underlying politics remained conventional.

Origen

mid 16th century (as a verb in the sense 'grow weary'): of unknown origin. Compare with flag4.

Words that rhyme with fag

bag, blag, brag, Bragg, crag, dag, drag, flag, gag, hag, jag, lag, mag, nag, quag, rag, sag, scrag, shag, slag, snag, sprag, stag, swag, tag, wag, zag

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Saltos de línea: fag

sustantivo

North American informal , offensive

Origen

1920s: short for faggot (sense 3) of the noun).

Derivados

faggy

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Saltos de línea: fag

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British informal
A cigarette: she’s got a fag in her mouth, and she’s squinting her eyes against the smoke
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  • She won't let Alvin smoke his spliffs and fags inside any more.
  • ‘A fag is a cig,’ he rolled his eyes at her stupidity.
  • And then there was the time we went round the school with a note from Jenkins saying we were doing a study into the effects of cigarette smoke, and could we have some of your fags please sir/miss?

Origen

late 19th century: elliptically from fag end.

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