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shag1 British & World English

A carpet or rug with a long, rough pile

shag2 British & World English

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

shag3 British & World English

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

shag4 British & World English

Chase or catch (fly balls) for practice

shag5 British & World English

Have sexual intercourse with (someone)

like a shag on a rock British & World English

In an isolated or exposed position

shagpile British & World English

Carpet with a long, rough pile

like a shag on a rock in shag2 British & World English

In an isolated or exposed position

shag tobacco in shag1 British & World 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