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To loiter in walking; to idle along; to drag or droop heavily
The state of sinking or bending; sagging
The difference in elevation of a wire, cable, chain or rope suspended between two consecutive points
To lose firmness, elasticity, vigor, or a thriving state; to sink; to droop; to flag; to bend; to yield, as the mind or spirits, under the pressure of care, trouble, doubt, or the like; to be unsettled or unbalanced
To wear one's trousers so that their top is well below the waist
To sink, in the middle, by its weight or under applied pressure, below a horizontal line or plane; as, a line or cable supported by its ends sags, though tightly drawn; the floor of a room sags; hence, to lean, give way, or settle from a vertical position; as, a building may sag one way or another; a door sags on its hinges
To cause to bend or give way; to load
When part of someone's body begins to sag, it starts to become less firm and hang down. He is heavily built, but beginning to sag
a shape that sags; "there was a sag in the chair seat" droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness cause to sag; "The children sagged their bottoms down even more comfortably
to sink or bend downward due to weight or pressure
{v} to load, burden, hang heavy, doubt
Fig
a shape that sags; "there was a sag in the chair seat"
{f} sink, droop, slump; become loose, slacken
to hang down
droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness cause to sag; "The children sagged their bottoms down even more comfortably
a "drooping" of the power supply voltage in a guitar amplifier as a note or chord is played This "drooping" causes a slight drop in volume, for an effect similar to a compressor It adds "touch sensitivity" to the amplifier, and is one of the reasons tube guitar amplifiers sound subjectively better than solid-state guitar amplifiers
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A sag is a shortterm drop (up to 30 seconds) in powerline voltage that typically is in the region of 70 percent to 90 percent of the nominal line voltage
A defensive tactic in which a player drops off his man to help double-team a player in the pivot
A defensive tactic in which a player drops offs his man to help double-team a player in the pivot
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undesirable excessive flow in material after application to a surface
Same as run
1 A fresh plaster wall surface has developed a slide 2 An unevenness or irregularity in a coat of paint, varnish, or lacquer, resulting from too much of the liquid collecting in one spot or area
The Screen Actors' Guild is a union which protects an actor's rights while working on a film In order to become a SAG member, you must have been hired for a position and you must pay a specific fee
Settling or drooping of base flashings that have not been properly secured to a surface
A reduction in a voltage envelope The duration is usually from one cycle to a few seconds Usually, sags are caused by fault clearing or heavy load startup
To sag means to become weaker. The pound continued to sag despite four interventions by the Bank of England = flag. Screen Actors' Guild a trade union in the US for actors and actresses who perform in films for the cinema or television AFTRA Equity
The Screen Actors Guild The actors union which governs all film production Actors must become eligible to join through their acting experiences
{i} droop, sink, decline; depression, drooping part; temporary decline, brief drop
A momentary decrease from nominal voltage lasting one or more line cycles Severe conditions may indicate a need for a UPS or voltage regulator Also known as a temporary undervoltage (TUV)
State of sinking or bending; sagging
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droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness
Slack in a cable, particularly in a skyline (19)
cause to sag; "The children sagged their bottoms down even more comfortably"
To lose firmness or elasticity; to sink; to droop; to flag; to bend; to yield, as the mind or spirits, under the pressure of care, trouble, doubt, or the like; to be unsettled or unbalanced
When something sags, it hangs down loosely or sinks downwards in the middle. The shirt's cuffs won't sag and lose their shape after washing He sat down in the sagging armchair
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Sag is the degree to which a shock absorber compresses with the rider sitting motionless on the bike in a normal riding position Usually, this should be between 15% and 25% of available travel for cross country riding and slightly more for downhill riding Sag allows the suspension system to extend when it comes to a dip in the trail If it had no sag and did not extend, the wheel would not follow the dip, which results in decreased traction, especially on bends Sag is controlled by the amount of preload set
Deflection due to gravity acting on a cantilevered or otherwise supported object Mechanical brackets that hold alignment tools always sag a certain amount This sag must be corrected if the machine moves are to calculated correctly
Sag Harbor
A village of southeast New York on the eastern end of Long Island on an inlet of Long Island Sound. A major whaling port in the early 19th century, it is today primarily a resort. Population: 2,581
sag pond
(1) A small body of water occupying an enclosed depression or sag formed where active or recent fault movement has impounded drainage (2) (California) One of many ponds and small lakes along the San Andreas Fault
sag pond
A slump block depression that fills with water during the rainy season
sag pond
A pond occupying depression along a geological fault; the depression is normally due to uneven settling of the ground or other causes
sag rod
A rod or cable with an adjustable turnbuckle that is used like a wood brace to keep gates from sagging
sag rod
A tension member used to limit the deflection of a girt or purlin in the direction of the weak axis
sagging
A manner of wearing pants or shorts below the waist, revealing some or all of the underwear
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Present participle of sag
sagged
past of sag
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{s} drooping, sinking; hanging loosely, slack
sagging
{i} act of drooping, act of sinking, act of declining
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Hogging
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When heated glass starts to soften, it slumps and sags under its own weight
sagging
A bending or sinking between the ends of a thing, in consequence of its own, or an imposed, weight; an arching downward in the middle, as of a ship after straining
sagging
The downward flow of paint film as a result of its being applied as too heavy or too fluid a wet coat
sagging
hanging down (as from exhaustion or weakness)
sagging
the tendency of a wet, heavy ink or paint film to flow gravitationally on a vertical surface
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These are temoprary drops in the supply voltage and are most commonly noticed when local lighting `dims' suddenly more Top
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Short-term, low voltage, brownouts The opposite of surges, tese are triggered by the startup of large loads, main switching, mains equipment failure, lightning, mains supply that is too small for the building demand In addition to causing system crashes, sags can damage hardware
sags
Runs or sags in paint film that flows too much during application Sags are usually caused by applying too heavy a coat of paint or thinning the paint too much
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When the line voltages drop to 80 to 85 percent below normal for short periods of time Possible causes are heavy equipment being turned on, large electrical motors being started, and the switching of power mains (internal or utility) A power sag can have effects similar to those of a power surge, such as memory loss, data errors, flickering lights and equipment shutoff
sags
A sag is a decrease to between 0 1 and 0 9 Pu in rms voltage or current at the power frequency from 0 5 cycles to 1 minute The power quality community has used the term sag for many years to describe a short-duration voltage decrease The IEC has defined this phenomenon as a dip The two terms-dip and sag-are considered interchangeable, with the term sag being the preferred synonym in the U S Voltage sags are usually associated with system faults but they can also be associated with the energization of heavy loads or starting of large motors which can draw 6 to 10 times its full load current during starting Sag durations are subdivided into three categories, instantaneous, momentary, and temporary-all which coincide with utility device operation times
sags
plural of sag
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