toerag

toerag

(ˈtəʊˌræɡ)
n
slang Brit a contemptible or despicable person
[C20: originally, a beggar, tramp: from the pieces of rag they wrapped round their feet]
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toerag

[ˈtəʊræg] N (Brit) → mequetrefe m
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The other was a toerag tearing around the same gym without a care in the world.
Luke continues: "I met Pat (Kenneally - drums and keyboards) and Tali (Trow - bass) at Toerag Studios in London where I was working at the time.
If you endlessly flaunt your ample assets in people's faces, some day a little toerag will snatch them for himself.
In his closing speech Mr Dennis said Mr Brown was a "toerag" and that Mr Southern couldn't be trusted.
Jay the toerag dumped Abi because he's a toerag who loves Lola.
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Not once have I heard from Mr Field condemnation of toerag bosses who skimp on pay and conditions.
During Toerag you'll catch yourself singing sotto voce "and the public gets what the public wants".
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It seems you can't have or do something and some little toerag who won't work thinks it is his or her right to just take.