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bag·gy

 (băg′ē)
adj. bag·gi·er, bag·gi·est
Bulging or hanging loosely: baggy trousers.

bag′gi·ly adv.
bag′gi·ness n.
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baggy

(ˈbæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
(Clothing & Fashion) (of clothes) hanging loosely; puffed out
ˈbaggily adv
ˈbagginess n

baggy

(ˈbæɡɪ)
n, pl -gies
(Plants) a variant spelling of bagie
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bag•gy

(ˈbæg i)

adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
baglike; hanging loosely.
[1820–30]
bag′gi•ly, adv.
bag′gi•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.baggy - not fitting closelybaggy - not fitting closely; hanging loosely; "baggy trousers"; "a loose-fitting blouse is comfortable in hot weather"
loose - not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting; "loose clothing"; "the large shoes were very loose"
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baggy

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Translations
فَضفاض، مُنْتَفِخمُنْتَفِخ
plandavýpytlovitývolný
løsløstsiddende
pussimainen
vrećast
lötyögõs
víîur, pokalegur
だぶだぶの
헐렁한
vrecovitý
säckig
โป่งหรือพองเหมือนถุง
bolsarkıktorba gibi
rộng lùng phùng

baggy

[ˈbægɪ] ADJ (baggier (compar) (baggiest (superl))) → ancho; [trousers] (at the knees) → con bolsas en las rodillas; (= wide) → abombachado
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

baggy

[ˈbægi] adj [clothes, trousers, shorts, sweater] → ample
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

baggy

adj (+er) (= ill-fitting)zu weit; dresssackartig; skinschlaff (hängend); (= out of shape) trousers, suitausgebeult; jumperausgeleiert; baggy trousers are fashionable againweite (Flatter)hosen sind wieder modern
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

baggy

[ˈbægɪ] adjlargo/a, sformato/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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.
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baggy

مُنْتَفِخ plandavý løs ausgeleiert φαρδύς ancho pussimainen ample vrećast cascante だぶだぶの 헐렁한 flodderig posete workowaty folgado мешковатый säckig โป่งหรือพองเหมือนถุง bol rộng lùng phùng 袋状的
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But the doctor was much the more respectable-looking man of the two; his baldness was more intellectual and benevolent; there was a delicacy and propriety in the pulpiness of his fat white chin, a bland bagginess in his unwhiskered cheeks, a reverent roughness about his eyebrows and a fullness in his lower eyelids, which raised him far higher, physiognomically speaking, in the social scale, than my old prison acquaintance.
If you're not willing to skip rent and risk eviction, it's okay, because the greater lesson here isn't to embrace logomania, but getting the right bagginess in the bag.
The jacket has reasonable length in the arms, with a cut that felt tailored around the body without any bagginess when you're in position on the bike.
The Nigerian Agbada was conspicuous for its bagginess and colourful headgear.
Balance out the bagginess by tucking it into the skirt, or if you're a bit on the braver side, just wear your hoodie over a posher midi dress for a cool contrast.
I had expected to see grey or white hair, facial wrinkles, poor eyesight and bagginess of the lower eyelids.
While hospital officials had sought to develop an efficient system for cross-identification, the range of objects (a pendant, a thimble, a metal key, a spyglass) that applicants supplied as identifiers exerted pressure on both the billet as a paper envelope for such items and on its category of "Marks on the Body." The unpredictability that Kafka locates in all bureaucratic enterprises contributed to the literal and figurative "bagginess" of the Foundling archive.
He's perpetually draped in an oversized navy polo, Walgreens stitched on the breast, the bagginess adding to the impression of youthfulness about him, as if he's planning to grow into his older brother's shirt.
A decidedly complex tightness and completeness that, unlike the novelistic bagginess of Lord Malquist and Mr.
This loss of volume leads to some bagginess of skin and the formation of wrinkles.