peg down


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peg down

vb
(tr, adverb) to make (a person) committed to a course of action or bound to follow rules: you won't peg him down to any decision.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.peg down - fasten or secure with a wooden pin; "peg a tent"
attach - cause to be attached
2.peg down - define clearly; "I cannot narrow down the rules for this game"
determine - fix in scope; fix the boundaries of; "the tree determines the border of the property"
concretize - make something concrete
Translations

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vt sep tent etcfestpflocken
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To give the new plant its best chance, peg down the runner using a U-shaped piece of wire and improve the soil beneath the mini plant on the runner.
PEG down runners on strawberry plants that you want to propagate.
Next peg down on peg 4, Phil Dunning from Stockport took 12 decent carp for a close 47.
PEG down non-flowering shoots of carnations to root.
Welsh international Andrew, fishing for the other South Wales squad Wizards, was on the next peg down and took second place with six chub weighing 12lb 2oz caught on feeder and maggots.
The show's way of showcasing some auditionees' unusual and "inspiring" back stories is more difficult to peg down or characterize.
We've managed to peg down a dozen great offers for living under the stars - from the canvas roof over your head and undermats to a two-burner stove and kettle for an early morning brew.
Bury blackberry shoot tips and peg down for new plants.
Matt, who is partially sighted, was fishing with his dad Roy at on the first peg down from the weir at Anchor Meadow on the Harvington stretch when his legered meat offering was picked up by barbel of 13lb 5oz and 11lb 2oz.