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shag 1

American English: /ʃæɡ/
British English: /ʃaɡ/

adjective

noun

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shag 2

American English: /ʃæɡ/
British English: /ʃaɡ/

noun

  • (bird)
    Example sentences
    • Although the majority of shags, unlike many cormorants, do not normally wander far in winter from their breeding haunts, a small number make prolonged stays on the Norfolk coast.
    • Throughout the isles you'll come across throngs of Arctic terns and both species of skuas, as well as black guillemots, gannets, shags, and Storm and Leach's petrels.
    • These steep pinnacles are now part of the RSPB bird sanctuary populated by the largest Arctic tern colony in north-west Europe, and home to numerous puffins, kittiwakes, shags and fulmars.
    Example sentences
    • Other water birds include grey and mallard ducks, black swans, black shags.
    • Again the attraction is bird watching, especially pied shags feeding the young birds in their nests, great crested grebe and large numbers of paradise ducks.
    • The only creatures on the beach were some kayakers and some shags, and around the rocks some seals.
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shag 4 (US)

American English: /ʃæɡ/
British English: /ʃaɡ/
(Sport) [colloquial]

transitive verb present participle shagging past tense, past participle shagged

  • fildear
    to shag flies
    fildear elevados
    Example sentences
    • Turned out she'd sleepwalked downstairs to her ex-husband's apartment and shagged him, multiple times.
    • See her dad shag a skanky prostitute out in the woods somewhere!
    • ‘My mate wants you to shag her,’ shouted the shorter girl.
    Example sentences
    • Back when Faith and Buffy battled - vampires and each other - many fans imagined they were shagging, too.
    • You're right: It's a bit too much like watching your parents shagging, isn't it?
    • Seriously, there's nothing like the sound of hippos shagging in the background for getting women into bed.

intransitive verb present participle shagging past tense, past participle shagged

  • recoger pelotas/bolas
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shag 5 (British)

American English: /ʃæɡ/
British English: /ʃaɡ/
[vulgar]

noun

transitive verb present participle shagging past tense, past participle shagged

  • (have sex with)
    tirarse a [vulgar]
    follar (Spain) [vulgar]
    coger (Mexico) (Río de la Plata) (Venezuela) [vulgar]
    culearse a (Andes) [vulgar]

intransitive verb present participle shagging past tense, past participle shagged

  • tirar [vulgar]
    follar (Spain) [vulgar]
    coger (Mexico) (Río de la Plata) (Venezuela) [vulgar]
    culear (Andes) [vulgar]
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