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JAG

abbr.
judge advocate general

jag 1

 (jăg)
n.
1. A sharp projection; a barb.
2.
a. A hanging flap along the edge of a garment.
b. A slash or slit in a garment exposing material of a different color.
tr.v. jagged, jag·ging, jags
1. To cut jags in; notch.
2. To cut unevenly.
3. Scots To jab sharply; prick.

[Middle English jagge.]

jag′ger n.
jag′less adj.

jag 2

 (jăg)
n.
1. Slang
a. A bout of drinking or drug use.
b. A period of overindulgence in an activity; a spree: a shopping jag; a crying jag.
2. A small load or portion.

[Origin unknown.]

Jag

(dʒæɡ)
n
informal a Jaguar car: often understood as a symbol of affluence

JAG

abbreviation for
(Law) Judge Advocate General

Jag

(dʒæɡ)
n
informal a Jaguar car: often understood as a symbol of affluence

JAG

abbreviation for
(Law) Judge Advocate General

jag1

(dʒæg)

n., v. jagged, jag•ging. n.
1. a sharp projection on an edge or surface.
v.t.
2. to cut or slash, esp. in points or pendants along the edge.
v.i.
3. to move with a jerk; jog.
[1350–1400; late Middle English; of obscure orig.]
jag′less, adj.

jag2

(dʒæg)

n.
1. a period of unrestrained indulgence in an activity; spree; binge: a crying jag.
2. a state of intoxication from liquor.
[1670–80; earlier and dial., a load of hay or wood (hence, a “load” of drink, a binge), a bundle of briars, probably alter. of dial. chag a branch of broom (compare Old English ceacga broom, furze)]

JAG

or J.A.G.,

Judge Advocate General.

jag


Past participle: jagged
Gerund: jagging

Imperative
jag
jag
Present
I jag
you jag
he/she/it jags
we jag
you jag
they jag
Preterite
I jagged
you jagged
he/she/it jagged
we jagged
you jagged
they jagged
Present Continuous
I am jagging
you are jagging
he/she/it is jagging
we are jagging
you are jagging
they are jagging
Present Perfect
I have jagged
you have jagged
he/she/it has jagged
we have jagged
you have jagged
they have jagged
Past Continuous
I was jagging
you were jagging
he/she/it was jagging
we were jagging
you were jagging
they were jagging
Past Perfect
I had jagged
you had jagged
he/she/it had jagged
we had jagged
you had jagged
they had jagged
Future
I will jag
you will jag
he/she/it will jag
we will jag
you will jag
they will jag
Future Perfect
I will have jagged
you will have jagged
he/she/it will have jagged
we will have jagged
you will have jagged
they will have jagged
Future Continuous
I will be jagging
you will be jagging
he/she/it will be jagging
we will be jagging
you will be jagging
they will be jagging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jagging
you have been jagging
he/she/it has been jagging
we have been jagging
you have been jagging
they have been jagging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jagging
you will have been jagging
he/she/it will have been jagging
we will have been jagging
you will have been jagging
they will have been jagging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jagging
you had been jagging
he/she/it had been jagging
we had been jagging
you had been jagging
they had been jagging
Conditional
I would jag
you would jag
he/she/it would jag
we would jag
you would jag
they would jag
Past Conditional
I would have jagged
you would have jagged
he/she/it would have jagged
we would have jagged
you would have jagged
they would have jagged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jag - a sharp projection on an edge or surfacejag - a sharp projection on an edge or surface; "he clutched a jag of the rock"
projection - any solid convex shape that juts out from something
2.jag - a slit in a garment that exposes material of a different color underneath; used in Renaissance clothing
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
slit - a long narrow opening
3.jag - a flap along the edge of a garment; used in medieval clothing
flap - any broad thin and limber covering attached at one edge; hangs loose or projects freely; "he wrote on the flap of the envelope"
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
4.jag - a bout of drinking or drug taking
intemperateness, self-indulgence, intemperance - excess in action and immoderate indulgence of bodily appetites, especially in passion or indulgence; "the intemperance of their language"
Verb1.jag - cut teeth into; make a jagged cutting edge
serrate - make saw-toothed or jag the edge of; "serrate the edges of the teeth"
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"

jag

noun
1. Slang. A drinking bout:
Slang: bat, bender, booze, tear.
2. Slang. A period of uncontrolled self-indulgence:
Translations

jag

1 [dʒæg] N (= jagged point) → punta f, púa f

jag

2 [dʒæg] N (= binge) to go on a jagir de juerga

Jag

n (inf: = car) → Jaguar® m

jag

n
(of rock)Zacke f, → Spitze f; (of saw)Zacke f
to go on a jag (inf)einen draufmachen (inf)
(Scot inf: = injection) → Spritze f
References in classic literature ?
My name," he said, "is Jaggers, and I am a lawyer in London.
Lord forbidding is pious, but not to the purpose," returned Mr Jaggers.
Jaggers glanced at Joe, as if he considered him a fool for his disinterestedness.
Jaggers, shutting his eyes and nodding his head at Joe, as if he were forgiving him something.
Jaggers, throwing his finger at me sideways, "that he will come into a handsome property.
Jaggers, looking shrewdly at me, and then shutting up his eyes while he waited for my answer.
Jaggers, "you should have some new clothes to come in, and they should not be working clothes.
Jaggers, swinging his purse, "what if it was in my instructions to make you a present, as compensation?
Jaggers had looked on at this, as one who recognized in Joe the village idiot, and in me his keeper.
Jaggers had risen when Joe demonstrated, and had backed near the door.
Jaggers, and to keep to your directions; so I thought I had better ask.
Philip Jaggers admitted possessing the class A drug when he appeared before Preston magistrates.