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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