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shag1 US English

A carpet or rug with a long, rough pile

shag2 US English

A western European and Mediterranean cormorant with greenish-black plumage and a long curly crest in the breeding season

shag3 US English

A dance originating in the US in the 1930s and 1940s, characterized by vigorous hopping from one foot to the other

shag4 US English

Chase or catch (fly balls) for practice

shag5 US English

Have sexual intercourse with (someone)

shagpile US English

Carpet with a long, rough pile

shag tobacco in shag1 US English

A coarse kind of cut tobacco

shag English-Spanish

→ shag-pile

shag-pile English-Spanish

shag-pile carpet

to shag flies in shag English-Spanish

fildear elevados

to have a shag in shag English-Spanish

echarse un polvo, tirar vulgar, follar Spain/Españavulgar, coger* Mexico/MéxicoRiver Plate area/Río de la PlataVenezuelavulgar, culear Andesvulgar