There are 3 main translations of fag in Spanish:

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fag 1

Pronunciation: / fæg /American English: /fæɡ/
British English: /faɡ/

noun

(British English) [colloquial]
  • 1 (no plural) (chore) See examples:to be a fag
    ser una pesadez or una lata [colloquial]
    ser una joda (Latin America) or (Spain) un coñazo [fam o vulg]
  • 2 (schoolboy)
    (alumno que está al servicio de un alumno mayor)

intransitive verb -gg-

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    (hacer trabajitos para un alumno mayor)
    novatear

Phrasal verbs

fag out

verb + object + adverb
[colloquial]
dejar reventado or hecho polvo or (in Colombia, Southern Cone also) fundido [colloquial]
to fag oneself out
reventarse [colloquial]
to be fagged out
estar reventado or hecho polvo or (in Colombia, Southern Cone also) fundido [colloquial]

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fag 2
American English: /fæɡ/
British English: /faɡ/

noun

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fag 3
Pronunciation: / fæg /American English: /fæɡ/
British English: /faɡ/

noun

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