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bag

 (băg)
n.
1.
a. A container of flexible material, such as paper, plastic, or leather, that is used for carrying or storing items.
b. A handbag; a purse.
c. A piece of hand luggage, such as a suitcase or satchel.
d. A pouchlike or sagging organ or part of the body, such as a cow's udder.
2. An object that resembles a pouch.
3. Nautical The sagging or bulging part of a sail.
4. The amount that a bag can hold.
5. An amount of game taken or legally permitted to be taken.
6. Baseball A base.
7. Slang An area of interest or skill: Cooking is not my bag.
8. Slang A woman considered ugly or unkempt.
v. bagged, bag·ging, bags
v.tr.
1. To put into a bag: bag groceries.
2. To cause to bulge like a pouch.
3. To capture or kill as game: bagged six grouse.
4. Informal
a. To gain; acquire: He bagged a profit from the sale.
b. To capture or arrest: was bagged for trespassing.
c. To accomplish or achieve: bagged a birdie with a long putt.
5. Slang
a. To fail to attend purposely; skip: bagged classes for the day and went to the beach.
b. To stop doing or considering; abandon: bagged the idea and started from scratch.
c. To terminate the employment of.
v.intr.
1. To pack items in a bag.
2. To hang loosely: The pants bag at the knees.
3. To swell out; bulge.
Phrasal Verb:
bag out
To quit or abandon an activity.
Idioms:
bag and baggage
1. With all one's belongings.
2. To a complete degree; entirely.
bag it Slang
1. To cease participating in an activity: Finally in disgust I told my debating opponent to bag it.
2. To bring along one's lunch, as in a paper bag: I don't like cafeteria food, so I always bag it.
in the bag
Assured of a successful outcome; virtually accomplished or won.

[Middle English bagge, from Old Norse baggi.]

bag′ful n.
bag′ger n.

bag

(bæɡ)
n
1. a flexible container with an opening at one end
2. Also called: bagful the contents of or amount contained in such a container
3. (Units) any of various measures of quantity, such as a bag containing 1 hundredweight of coal
4. a piece of portable luggage
5. (Clothing & Fashion) short for handbag
6. anything that hangs loosely, sags, or is shaped like a bag, such as a loose fold of skin under the eyes or the bulging part of a sail
7. (Zoology) any pouch or sac forming part of the body of an animal, esp the udder of a cow
8. (Hunting) hunting the quantity of quarry taken in a single hunting trip or by a single hunter
9. derogatory slang an ugly or bad-tempered woman (often in the phrase old bag)
10. slang a measure of marijuana, heroin, etc, in folded paper
11. slang a person's particular taste, field of skill, interest, activity, etc: blues is his bag.
12. bag and baggage informal
a. with all one's belongings
b. entirely
13. a bag of bones a lean creature
14. the bag of tricks the whole bag of tricks informal every device; everything
15. in the bag slang almost assured of succeeding or being obtained
vb, bags, bagging or bagged
16. (tr) to put into a bag
17. to bulge or cause to bulge; swell
18. (Hunting) (tr) to capture or kill, as in hunting
19. (tr) to catch, seize, or steal
20. (intr) to hang loosely; sag
21. (tr) to achieve or accomplish: she bagged seven birdies.
22. (tr) informal Brit to reserve or secure the right to do or to have something: he bagged the best chair.
23. (tr) slang Austral to criticize; disparage
[C13: probably from Old Norse baggi; related to Old French bague bundle, pack, Medieval Latin baga chest, sack, Flemish bagge]

bag

(bæg)

n., v. bagged, bag•ging. n.
1. a container or receptacle made of some pliant material and capable of being closed at the mouth; pouch.
2. a piece of portable luggage.
3. purse; handbag.
4. the amount or quantity a bag can hold.
5. an udder or pouch of an animal.
6. Slang. a small envelope containing narcotics.
7. something hanging in a loose, pouchlike manner, as skin or cloth.
9. a hunter's total amount of game taken.
10. Slang. a person's avocation, hobby, or obsession: Jazz isn't my bag.
11. Slang. an unattractive woman.
v.i.
12. to hang loosely.
13. to pack items in a bag.
14. to swell or bulge.
v.t.
15. to put into a bag.
16. to kill or catch, as in hunting.
17. to cause to swell.
Idioms:
1. bag and baggage,
a. with all one's personal property.
b. completely, totally.
2. in the bag, Informal. virtually certain to be attained.
3. leave holding the bag, Informal. to force the consequences upon.
[1200–50; Middle English bagge < Old Norse baggi pack, bundle]
bag′like`, adj.

Bag

 a measure varying in size and quantity; the amount of game killed at one time.
Examples: bag of almonds [three hundred-weight], 1751; of hops, 1679; of potatoes [three bushels to the bag]; of sugar [75 kilos]; of tricks; bag and baggage [‘all the property of an army’].

bag

A bag is a paper or plastic container that something is sold in.

I bought a bag of crisps and a drink.
They sell herbs in plastic bags.

A bag of something can refer either to a bag and its contents, or just to the contents.

She bought a bag of flour.
He ate a whole bag of sweets.

A bag is also a soft container that you use to carry things in.

Mia put the shopping bags on the kitchen table.

You can call a woman's handbag her bag.

She opened her bag and took out her keys.

You can call someone's luggage their bags.

They went to their hotel room and unpacked their bags.

A single piece of luggage is a case or suitcase.

The driver helped me with my case.
She was carrying a heavy suitcase.

bag


Past participle: bagged
Gerund: bagging

Imperative
bag
bag
Present
I bag
you bag
he/she/it bags
we bag
you bag
they bag
Preterite
I bagged
you bagged
he/she/it bagged
we bagged
you bagged
they bagged
Present Continuous
I am bagging
you are bagging
he/she/it is bagging
we are bagging
you are bagging
they are bagging
Present Perfect
I have bagged
you have bagged
he/she/it has bagged
we have bagged
you have bagged
they have bagged
Past Continuous
I was bagging
you were bagging
he/she/it was bagging
we were bagging
you were bagging
they were bagging
Past Perfect
I had bagged
you had bagged
he/she/it had bagged
we had bagged
you had bagged
they had bagged
Future
I will bag
you will bag
he/she/it will bag
we will bag
you will bag
they will bag
Future Perfect
I will have bagged
you will have bagged
he/she/it will have bagged
we will have bagged
you will have bagged
they will have bagged
Future Continuous
I will be bagging
you will be bagging
he/she/it will be bagging
we will be bagging
you will be bagging
they will be bagging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bagging
you have been bagging
he/she/it has been bagging
we have been bagging
you have been bagging
they have been bagging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bagging
you will have been bagging
he/she/it will have been bagging
we will have been bagging
you will have been bagging
they will have been bagging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bagging
you had been bagging
he/she/it had been bagging
we had been bagging
you had been bagging
they had been bagging
Conditional
I would bag
you would bag
he/she/it would bag
we would bag
you would bag
they would bag
Past Conditional
I would have bagged
you would have bagged
he/she/it would have bagged
we would have bagged
you would have bagged
they would have bagged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bag - a flexible container with a single openingbag - a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
air bag - a safety restraint in an automobile; the bag inflates on collision and prevents the driver or passenger from being thrown forward
back pack, backpack, haversack, knapsack, packsack, rucksack - a bag carried by a strap on your back or shoulder
beanbag - a small cloth bag filled with dried beans; thrown in games
bladder - a bag that fills with air
body bag, human remains pouch, personnel pouch - a bag in which the body of a dead soldier is placed
book bag - a bag in which students carry their books
burn bag - a bag into which secret documents are placed before being burned
carryall, holdall, tote, tote bag - a capacious bag or basket
container - any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
drawstring bag - a bag that is closed at the top with a drawstring
dust bag, vacuum bag - a bag into which dirt is sucked by a vacuum cleaner
gasbag, envelope - the bag containing the gas in a balloon
gamebag - a canvas or leather bag for carrying game (especially birds) killed by a hunter
golf bag - golf equipment consisting of a bag for carrying golf clubs and balls
burlap bag, gunny sack, gunnysack - a bag made of burlap
ice bag, ice pack - a waterproof bag filled with ice: applied to the body (especially the head) to cool or reduce swelling
postbag, mailbag - letter carrier's shoulder bag; "in Britain they call a mailbag a postbag"
feedbag, nosebag - a canvas bag that is used to feed an animal (such as a horse); covers the muzzle and fastens at the top of the head
pannier - either of a pair of bags or boxes hung over the rear wheel of a vehicle (as a bicycle)
plastic bag - a bag made of thin plastic material
pouch - a small or medium size container for holding or carrying things
purse - a small bag for carrying money
ragbag - a bag in which rags are kept
rosin bag - a bag filled with rosin; used by baseball pitchers to improve their grip on the ball
sachet - a small soft bag containing perfumed powder; used to perfume items in a drawer or chest
carrier bag, paper bag, sack, poke - a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases
saddlebag - a large bag (or pair of bags) hung over a saddle
sandbag - a bag filled with sand; used as a weapon or to build walls or as ballast
schoolbag - a bag for carrying school books and supplies; "found just the right dictionary to fit into his schoolbag"
shopping bag - a bag made of plastic or strong paper (often with handles); used to transport goods after shopping
sick bag, sickbag - a bag provided on an airplane for passengers who are suffering from airsickness and need to vomit
skin - a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the hide of an animal
sleeping bag - large padded bag designed to be slept in outdoors; usually rolls up like a bedroll
sweat bag - a porous bag (usually of canvas) that holds water and cools it by evaporation
tea bag - small paper bag holding a measure of tea
sponge bag, toilet bag - a waterproof bag for holding bathrooms items (soap and toothpaste etc.) when you are travelling
tool bag - a bag in which tools are carried
tucker-bag - a bag used for carrying food; "the swagman filled his tuckerbag"
2.bag - the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person)bag - the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person); "his bag included two deer"
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
3.bag - a place that the runner must touch before scoringbag - a place that the runner must touch before scoring; "he scrambled to get back to the bag"
baseball diamond, infield, diamond - the area of a baseball field that is enclosed by 3 bases and home plate
baseball equipment - equipment used in playing baseball
first base - the base that must be touched first by a base runner in baseball
home base, home plate, plate, home - (baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands; it must be touched by a base runner in order to score; "he ruled that the runner failed to touch home"
second base - the base that must be touched second by a base runner in baseball
third base, third - the base that must be touched third by a base runner in baseball; "he was cut down on a close play at third"
4.bag - a container used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women)bag - a container used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women); "she reached into her bag and found a comb"
clasp - a fastener (as a buckle or hook) that is used to hold two things together
clutch bag, clutch - a woman's strapless purse that is carried in the hand
container - any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
etui - small ornamental ladies' bag for small articles
evening bag - a handbag used with evening wear
reticule - a woman's drawstring handbag; usually made of net or beading or brocade; used in 18th and 19th centuries
shoulder bag - a large handbag that can be carried by a strap looped over the shoulder
5.bag - the quantity that a bag will holdbag - the quantity that a bag will hold; "he ate a large bag of popcorn"
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
6.bag - a portable rectangular container for carrying clothesbag - a portable rectangular container for carrying clothes; "he carried his small bag onto the plane with him"
baggage, luggage - cases used to carry belongings when traveling
carpetbag - traveling bag made of carpet; widely used in 19th century
garment bag - a suitcase that unfolds to be hung up
gripsack - a small suitcase
overnight bag, overnight case, overnighter - a small traveling bag to carry clothing and accessories for staying overnight
Gladstone bag, portmanteau, Gladstone - a large travelling bag made of stiff leather
weekender - a small suitcase to carry clothing and accessories for a weekend trip
7.bag - an ugly or ill-tempered womanbag - an ugly or ill-tempered woman; "he was romancing the old bag for her money"
disagreeable woman, unpleasant woman - a woman who is an unpleasant person
8.bag - mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)bag - mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)
cow, moo-cow - female of domestic cattle: "`moo-cow' is a child's term"
ewe - female sheep
nanny-goat, she-goat, nanny - female goat
mammary gland, mamma - milk-secreting organ of female mammals
9.bag - an activity that you like or at which you are superior; "chemistry is not my cup of tea"; "his bag now is learning to play golf"; "marriage was scarcely his dish"
activity - any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity"
Verb1.bag - capture or kill, as in huntingbag - capture or kill, as in hunting; "bag a few pheasants"
hunting, hunt - the pursuit and killing or capture of wild animals regarded as a sport
capture, catch - capture as if by hunting, snaring, or trapping; "I caught a rabbit in the trap today"
2.bag - hang loosely, like an empty bag
droop, sag, swag, flag - droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness
3.bag - bulge outbag - bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
jut, jut out, protrude, stick out, project - extend out or project in space; "His sharp nose jutted out"; "A single rock sticks out from the cliff"
protuberate - form a rounded prominence; "The starved child's belly protuberated"
4.bag - take unlawfullybag - take unlawfully      
steal - take without the owner's consent; "Someone stole my wallet on the train"; "This author stole entire paragraphs from my dissertation"
5.bag - put into a bagbag - put into a bag; "The supermarket clerk bagged the groceries"
pack - arrange in a container; "pack the books into the boxes"
pouch - put into a small bag

bag

noun
1. sack, container, poke (Scot.), sac, receptacle She left the hotel carrying a shopping bag.
2. handbag, purse, shoulder bag, clutch bag, evening bag Meg drew a long, knitted scarf out of her leather bag.
3. luggage, chest, container, trunk, suitcase, baggage, crate, rucksack, backpack, holdall, knapsack, coffret, overnighter The airline lost my bag so I didn't have any training gear.
verb
1. get, take, land, score (slang), gain, pick up, secure, obtain, capture, acquire, get hold of, come by, procure, make sure of, win possession of The smart ones will have already bagged their seats.
2. catch, get, kill, shoot, capture, acquire, trap, snare, pick off, ensnare bag a rabbit for supper

Types of bag

backpack, bergen, briefcase, bum bag, carpetbag, carrier bag, clutch bag, ditty bag, duffel bag, Gladstone bag, handbag, haversack, holdall or (U.S. & Canad.) carryall, kitbag, knapsack, nunny bag (Canad.), reticule, rucksack, sabretache, saddlebag, satchel, sea bag, shoulder bag, suitcase, tucker bag, valise, vanity bag, vanity case, or vanity box, water bag, workbag

bag

noun
1. Slang. A sphere of activity, experience, study, or interest:
2. Slang. Something at which a person excels:
Slang: thing.
verb
1. To curve outward past the normal or usual limit:
2. Informal. To gain possession of, especially after a struggle or chase:
Slang: nail.
Translations
حَقِيبَةحَقيبَه، كيسقنيص، محصول قَنيص، مَحْصول الصَّيْديَضَعُ في كيس أو حَقيبَه، يُعَبّئيَقْنُصُ ، يَصطاد، يَقْتُلُ
taškapytelúlovekulovitdát do pytle
taskefangelegfangstnetpose
laukkunapatapannapillipussi
torba
szatyortasaktáskazacskózsák
insaccar
sekkjasekkja, setja í pokasetja í pokaveiðaveiîa
かばん
가방
apdribęsdaugybėdėti į krepšįįdėti į krepšįišspręstas reikalas
likt somā/maisālomsmaisiņšmedījumsmedīt
dať do taškyuloviť
torbavrečavrečka
väska
กระเป๋า ถุง
torbatorbaya koymakvurmakavavlamak
bỏ vào baotúi

bag

[bæg]
A. N
1. [of paper, plastic] → bolsa f; (= large sack) → costal m; (= handbag) → bolso m, cartera f (LAm); (= suitcase) → maleta f, valija f (LAm), veliz m (Mex); (carried over shoulder) → zurrón m, mochila f
a bag of sweets/chipsuna bolsa de caramelos/patatas fritas
to pack one's bagshacer las maletas
they threw him out bag and baggagelo pusieron de patitas en la calle
he was like a bag of bonesestaba como un esqueleto
it's a mixed baghay un poco de todo
the whole bag of trickstodo el rollo
to be left holding the bag (US) → cargar con el muerto
to be in the bag it's in the bages cosa segura, está en el bote (Sp)
we had the game nearly in the bagel partido estaba casi ganado, teníamos el partido casi en el bote (Sp)
not to be sb's bag (US) it's not his bagno es lo suyo
2. (Hunting) → cacería f, piezas fpl cobradas
a good day's baguna buena cacería
3. bags (= baggage) → equipaje m (Brit) (= trousers) → pantalones mpl
bags under the eyesojeras fpl
4. bags of (Brit) (= lots) → un montón de
we've bags of timetenemos tiempo de sobra
5. (= woman) old bagbruja f
B. VT
1. (also bag up) [+ goods, groceries] → meter en una bolsa/en bolsas
2. (Hunting) → cazar; (= shoot down) → derribar
3. (= get possession of) → pillar, hacerse con (Brit) (= claim in advance) → reservarse
I bags thateso pa' mí
C. VI (also bag out) [garment] → hacer bolsas
D. CPD bag lady Nindigente f vagabunda
bag snatcher Nladrón/a m/f de bolsos

bag

[ˈbæg]
n
(for carrying things)sac m
it's in the bag (= a certainty) → c'est dans le sac , c'est dans la poche
to be left holding the bag (US)payer les pots cassés paper bag, plastic bag, shopping bag
(pejorative) (= woman) an old bag → une vieille peau
[hunter] (for carrying)gibecière f (= game captured) → chasse f
bags npl
(= luggage) → bagages mpl
to pack one's bags (lit)faire ses valises, faire ses bagages (fig)faire ses valises, faire ses bagages
(under the eyes)poches fpl
to have bags under one's eyes → avoir des poches sous les yeux
bags of (= lots of) → plein de
There's bags of room → Il y a plein de place.
a hotel with bags of character → un hôtel qui a plein de caractère
We've got bags of time
BUT Nous avons tout notre temps.
vt
(= take) [+ money, title] → empocher; [+ table, seat] → se prendre
to bag a goal → inscrire un but
(= put into bags) → mettre en sacs

bag

n
Tasche f; (with drawstrings, pouch) → Beutel m; (for school) → Schultasche f; (made of paper, plastic) → Tüte f; (= sack)Sack m; (= suitcase)Reisetasche f; bags(Reise)gepäck nt; to pack one’s bagsseine Sachen packen; with bag and baggagemit Sack und Pack; to be a bag of bones (fig inf)nur Haut und Knochen sein (inf); the whole bag of tricks (inf)die ganze Trickkiste (inf); to be left holding the bag (US inf) → der Dumme sein (inf), → die Sache ausbaden müssen (inf)
(Hunt) the bagdie (Jagd)beute; to get a good bag(eine) fette Beute machen or heimbringen; it’s in the bag (fig inf)das habe ich etc schon in der Tasche (inf), → das ist gelaufen (inf); (Sport) → wir haben den Sieg in der Tasche (inf)
bags under the eyes (black) → Ringe plunter den Augen; (of skin)(hervortretende) Tränensäcke pl
(inf: = a lot) bags ofjede Menge (inf)
(pej inf: = woman) (old) bagSchachtel f (pej inf); ugly old bagSchreckschraube f (inf)
bags
pl (Brit) (= Oxford bags)weite Hose; (dated inf: = trousers) → Buxe f (dated inf)
vt
(Hunt) → erlegen, erbeuten
(Brit, sl: = get) (→ sich dat) → schnappen (inf); bags I have first go!will anfangen!; I bags that ice cream!will das Eis!
vi (garment)sich (aus)beulen

bag

[bæg]
1. n (gen) → borsa; (paper bag, carrier) → sacchetto; (handbag) → borsa, borsetta; (suitcase) → valigia; (of hunter) → carniere m; (animals taken by hunter) → carniere, bottino di caccia
to pack one's bags → fare le valigie
it's in the bag (fam) → ce l'ho (or ce l'hai ) in tasca, è cosa fatta
bags under the eyes → borse sotto gli occhi
bags of (fam) (lots) → un sacco di
2. vt (fam) (seat, place) → accaparrarsi
bag up vt + adv (flour) → insaccare

bag

(bӕg) noun
1. a container made of soft material (eg cloth, animal skin, plastic etc). She carried a small bag.
2. a quantity of fish or game caught. Did you get a good bag today?
verbpast tense, past participle bagged
1. to put into a bag.
2. to kill (game).
ˈbaggy adjective
loose, like an empty bag. He wears baggy trousers.
bags of
a large amount of. He's got bags of money.
in the bag
as good as done or complete (in the desired way). Your appointment is in the bag.
ˈbag lady noun
a homeless woman who carries around with her all her belongings, usually in shopping bags. Bag ladies often sleep on benches in public parks and railway stations.

bag

حَقِيبَة taška taske Tasche τσάντα bolsa laukku sac torba borsa かばん 가방 zak pose torba bolsa, saco сумка väska กระเป๋า ถุง torba túi 袋子

bag

n. bolsa, bolso; saco;
___ of waterssaco amniótico, pop.___ de aguas;
colostomy ___bolso de colostomía;
ice ______ de hielo.

bag

n bolsa; — of waters bolsa de las aguas; colostomy — bolsa de colostomía; doctor’s — maletín del médico; hot-water — bolsa de agua caliente; to have bags under one’s eyes (fam) tener los ojos hinchados
References in classic literature ?
They shout and gesticulate tremendously but cannot agree, and Rodrigo is about to bear away the exhausted Zara, when the timid servant enters with a letter and a bag from Hagar, who has mysteriously disappeared.
Going to a cloth bag that hung on a nail by the wall she took out a long pair of sewing scissors and held them in her hand like a dagger.
While grandmother took the pitchfork we found standing in one of the rows and dug potatoes, while I picked them up out of the soft brown earth and put them into the bag, I kept looking up at the hawks that were doing what I might so easily do.
Phoebe bade it be a good old chicken during her absence, and promised to bring it a little bag of buckwheat.
In one corner stood a huge bag of wool, ready to be spun; in another, a quantity of linsey-woolsey just from the loom; ears of Indian corn, and strings of dried apples and peaches, hung in gay festoons along the walls, mingled with the gaud of red peppers; and a door left ajar gave him a peep into the best parlor, where the claw-footed chairs and dark mahogany tables shone like mirrors; andirons, with their accompanying shovel and tongs, glistened from their covert of asparagus tops; mock- oranges and conch - shells decorated the mantelpiece; strings of various-colored birds eggs were suspended above it; a great ostrich egg was hung from the centre of the room, and a corner cupboard, knowingly left open, displayed immense treasures of old silver and well-mended china.
With anxious grapnels I had sounded my pocket, and only brought up a few pieces of silver, --So, wherever you go, Ishmael, said I to myself, as I stood in the middle of a dreary street shouldering my bag, and comparing the gloom towards the north with the darkness towards the south --wherever in your wisdom you may conclude to lodge for the night, my dear Ishmael, be sure to inquire the price, and don't be too particular.
He used to go with his father into the harness-room, where the corn was kept, and I could see them, when the door stood ajar, fill a little bag with oats out of the bin, and then he used to be off.
Jurgis spent a whole evening impressing upon them the seriousness of the occasion--and then finally, out of innumerable hiding places about their persons and in their baggage, came forth the precious wads of money, to be done up tightly in a little bag and sewed fast in the lining of Teta Elzbieta's dress.
About night we landed at one of them little Missouri towns high up toward Iowa, and had supper at the tavern, and got a room upstairs with a cot and a double bed in it, but I dumped my bag under a deal table in the dark hall while we was moving along it to bed, single file, me last, and the landlord in the lead with a tallow candle.
The shepherd himself, though he had good reason to believe that the bag held nothing but flaxen thread, or else the long rolls of strong linen spun from that thread, was not quite sure that this trade of weaving, indispensable though it was, could be carried on entirely without the help of the Evil One.
They wanted to carry his bag and his trunk and everything he had--and one of the bigger ones even carried Gub-Gub who had got tired again.
Take this bag of gold to Ashby,'' continued his master, ``and find out Isaac the Jew of York, and let him pay himself for the horse and arms with which his credit supplied me.