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mag

 (măg)
n. Slang
A magazine: surfing mags.

mag

(mæɡ)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) informal See magazine

mag

(mæɡ)
vb, mags, magging or magged
to talk; chatter
n
talk; chatter
[C18: from Mag, see magpie]

mag

(mæg)

n.
magazine.
[by shortening]

mag.

1. magazine.
2. magnitude.
3. large.
[< Latin magnus]

mag


Past participle: magged
Gerund: magging

Imperative
mag
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Present
I mag
you mag
he/she/it mags
we mag
you mag
they mag
Preterite
I magged
you magged
he/she/it magged
we magged
you magged
they magged
Present Continuous
I am magging
you are magging
he/she/it is magging
we are magging
you are magging
they are magging
Present Perfect
I have magged
you have magged
he/she/it has magged
we have magged
you have magged
they have magged
Past Continuous
I was magging
you were magging
he/she/it was magging
we were magging
you were magging
they were magging
Past Perfect
I had magged
you had magged
he/she/it had magged
we had magged
you had magged
they had magged
Future
I will mag
you will mag
he/she/it will mag
we will mag
you will mag
they will mag
Future Perfect
I will have magged
you will have magged
he/she/it will have magged
we will have magged
you will have magged
they will have magged
Future Continuous
I will be magging
you will be magging
he/she/it will be magging
we will be magging
you will be magging
they will be magging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been magging
you have been magging
he/she/it has been magging
we have been magging
you have been magging
they have been magging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been magging
you will have been magging
he/she/it will have been magging
we will have been magging
you will have been magging
they will have been magging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been magging
you had been magging
he/she/it had been magging
we had been magging
you had been magging
they had been magging
Conditional
I would mag
you would mag
he/she/it would mag
we would mag
you would mag
they would mag
Past Conditional
I would have magged
you would have magged
he/she/it would have magged
we would have magged
you would have magged
they would have magged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mag - a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to itmag - a periodic publication containing pictures and stories and articles of interest to those who purchase it or subscribe to it; "it takes several years before a magazine starts to break even or make money"
center spread, centre spread - the spread at the center of a magazine
public press, press - the print media responsible for gathering and publishing news in the form of newspapers or magazines
feature article, feature - a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine; "they ran a feature on retirement planning"
magazine article - an article published in a magazine
publication - a copy of a printed work offered for distribution
colour supplement - (British) a magazine that is printed in color and circulated with a newspaper (especially on weekends)
comic book - a magazine devoted to comic strips
news magazine - a magazine devoted to reports of current events; usually published weekly
pulp magazine, pulp - an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper
glossy, slick magazine, slick - a magazine printed on good quality paper
trade magazine - a magazine published for and read by members of a particular trade group
Translations
Grete

mag

[mæg] N ABBR (Brit) =magazinerevista f

mag

[ˈmæg] n abbr (British) (=magazine) → magazine m

mag

n (inf)Magazin nt; (glossy also) → Illustrierte f; porn magPornoheft nt
References in classic literature ?
At Maggie's door Anna said, as usual: "Be ready at seven, sharp, Mag; and Jimmy and me'll come by for you."
"Oh, gee!" cried Anna, "Mag ain't made a hit--oh, no!
"Pipe Mag's floor-walker"--thus the Give and Takes expressed their indifferent contempt.
She would buy so and so many yards of percale for new shirt waists for the boys and Janie and Mag. She had intended to make the old ones do by skilful patching.
"To visit Mag Tunk at the alley's end, by the river, My Lord," she replied, with more respect than she had been wont to accord him.
'Oh!' said the young mag, turning his face towards the bed, as if he had previously quite forgotten the patient, 'it's all U.P.
"I shall tell mother, you know, Miss Mag," said Tom, loudly and emphatically, as soon as Lucy was up and ready to walk away.
Bucket asserts with cheerfulness; "but for a old gentleman at your time of life--what I call truly venerable, mind you!--with his wits sharpened, as I have no doubt they are, by the loss of the use of his limbs, which occasions all his animation to mount up into his head, not to consider that if he don't keep such a business as the present as close as possible it can't be worth a mag to him, is so curious!
"You used to be a literary little cuss," he said at length; "didn't you edit the mag. before you left?
[C.sub.t(mag,lma)] = [d.sub.(mag,lma)][tau], [C.sub.t(mag,mag)] = [d.sub.(mag,mag)][tau] (2)
GTZ receive MRE at MG mine/uxo recognition Gzrden in Yei 2010 in June 2010 (pohto MAG)
The good news is that even though the D-mag is exiting, a company in Texas is feverishly developing what could be its replacement--a fully electronic mag that would be a bolt-up replacement.