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rag1 US English

A piece of old cloth, especially one torn from a larger piece, used typically for cleaning things

rag2 US English

Make fun of (someone) in a loud, boisterous manner

rag3 US English

A large, coarse roofing slate

rag4 US English

A ragtime composition or tune

rag5 US English

variant of raga.

chew the fat US English

Chat in a leisurely way, especially at length

raga US English

(In Indian music) a pattern of notes having characteristic intervals, rhythms, and embellishments, used as a basis for improvisation

do-rag US English

A scarf or cloth worn to protect one’s hairstyle

rag on in rag2 US English

Complain about or criticize continually

rag on US English

Complain about or criticize continually

rag rug US English

A rug made from small strips of fabric hooked into or pushed through a base material such as hessian

coral rag US English

Rubbly limestone composed chiefly of petrified coral

rag paper US English

Paper made from cotton, originally from cotton rags, but now from cotton linters

rag-roll US English

Create a striped or marbled effect on (a surface) by painting it with a rag crumpled up into a roll

rag trade US English

The clothing or fashion industry

rag bolt US English

A bolt with barbs to keep it tight when it has been driven in

rag book US English

A book for very small children made of strong cloth that cannot be torn

rag doll US English

A soft doll made from pieces of cloth

snot rag US English

A handkerchief

nose rag US English

A handkerchief

chew the fat in chew US English

Chat in a leisurely way, especially at length

be on the rag in rag1 US English

Be menstruating

be on the rag US English

Be menstruating

rag-and-bone man US English

An itinerant dealer in old clothes, furniture, and small, cheap secondhand items

ragbag US English

A bag in which scraps of fabric and old clothes are kept for use

ragtag US English

Untidy, disorganized, or incongruously varied in character

ragtop US English

A car with a convertible roof

toerag US English

A contemptible or worthless person

raghead US English

A person who wears a turban

ragpicker US English

A person who collects and sells rags

Kentish ragstone US English

A hard, compact limestone found in Kent, used for paving and building

Kentish rag in Kentish ragstone US English

A hard, compact limestone found in Kent, used for paving and building

rag US Thesaurus

an oily rag

rag English-Spanish

trapo m

dust rag English-Spanish

→ dust cloth

nose rag English-Spanish

moquero mfamiliar/colloquial

rag doll English-Spanish

muñeca f de trapo

rag-roll English-Spanish

dar* un efecto marmolado a

rag trade English-Spanish

the rag trade

snot rag English-Spanish

moquero mfamiliar/colloquial

rag-rolling English-Spanish

marmolado m

the rag trade in rag trade English-Spanish

la industria, el gremio de la aguja

to lose one's rag in rag English-Spanish

explotar familiar/colloquial, perder* los estribos

to feel like a wet rag in rag English-Spanish

estar* hecho un trapo


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