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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
torba

Bir buz torbası alabilir miyim? - May I have an ice bag?

Tom torbadan bir parça şeker aldı. - Tom took a piece of candy from the bag.

{i} poşet

Dan bir çöp poşetiyle Linda'yı boğarak öldürdü. - Dan smothered Linda with a trash bag.

Sanırım insanlar tek kullanımlık poşetleri kullanmayı durdurmalı. - I think people should stop using disposable shopping bags.

{i} çanta

Çantaya bir etiket iliştirdi. - He attached a label to the bag.

Çocukları çantaya koymayın. - Don't put children into the bag.

{i} torba; çanta; heybe; çuval; kese; kesekâğıdı
{i} sevimsiz kadın
{i} çuval
{f} torbaya koy

Tüm kişisel eşyalarımı plastik bir torbaya koydum. - I put all my belongings in a plastic bag.

Kasiyer müşterinin erzaklarını torbaya koydu. - The cashier bagged the customer's groceries.

çantaya koymak
hayvan yakalamak
torbaya doldurmak
(hayvan) öldürmek
hayvan avlamak
bir çuval
yürütmek
yığınla
bir ton
bag and
(Askeri) eşya (bagaj) (baggage)
torba gibi sarkmak
çantanın içindekiler
{f} sarkmak
{f} (avı) yakalamak
{i} av çantası
{i} kese

Sanırım bunu bu hafta kese kağıdına koyacağım. - I think I'll brown bag it this week.

{f} çuvala koymak
{f} torbaya koymak
torba gibi şişmek
inek memesi
bir çanta muhtevası
{f} avlamak
{f} şişirmek
{f} çalmak
{f} iç etmek
{f} aşırmak
torbaya veya çuvala koymak
{f} germek
{f} yakalamak
{i} çekilmez kadın
{f} torbalanmak
argo bir paket esrar
{f} çantaya koy

O ıslak havluyu çantaya koyma. - Don't put that damp towel into the bag.

Çocuğu çantaya koyma! - Do not put child into bag!

kapmak (sandalye)
heybe
bag and baggage
pılı pırtıyı toplayarak
bag and baggage
bütün eşya ile
bag conveyor
çuval konveyörü
bag filling and sealing machine
çuvala koyma ve kapama makinesi
bag filter
torba filtre
bag chair
Püf koltuk
bag man
çanta adam
bag of
çanta
bag-eyed
Göz altları torbalanmış
bag-shaped
çanta şekilli
bag and baggage
tasını tarağını toplayarak
bag and baggage
bütün eşyasıyla
bag and baggage
(deyim) pili pirtiyi toplayarak,butun esyasi ile
bag and baggage
pılısını pırtısını toplayıp
bag lady
tüm eşyasını bir torbada taşıyıp sokaklarda yaşayan kadın
bag of bones
{i} bir deri bir kemik kimse
bag of bones
{i} kemik torbası
bag of tricks
bir sürü yalan dolan
bag of tricks
eldeki imkânlar
big bag
Genellikle taşımacılıkta kullanılan, dökme hammadde (granül maden, yem vb)taşınmasına yarayan büyük çuval
lunch bag
Öğle yemeği çantası
duffle bag
spor çantası
school bag
(isim) okul çantası
school bag
{i} okul çantası
carrier bag
poşet
cement bag
(İnşaat) çimento torbası
changing bag
(Sinema) değiştirme torbası
cool bag
soğuk torba
duffel bag
(Askeri) eşya torbası
leather bag
dağarcık
let the cat out of the bag
bir sırrı açıklamak
let the cat out of the bag
ağzından baklayı çıkarmak
let the cat out of the bag
ağzından kaçırmak
linen bag
çuval
mail bag
posta torbası
mixed bag
(Askeri) karışık çanta
mystery bag
(Argo) gizemli çanta
nylon bag
poşet
nylon bag
naylon torba
powder bag
(Askeri) barut kesesi
saddle bag
hurç
shopping bag
alışveriş torbası
water bag
(Askeri) su torbası
a bag of nerves
sinir küpü
air bag
pnömatik yastık
bagful
çuval dolusu
bagging
{f} çantaya koy
bagging
{i} çantaya koyma
book bag
çanta
burlap bag
çanta
carpet bag
heybe
carrier bag
saplı naylon çanta
colostomy bag
kolostomi torbası
ditty bag
gemicilerin ufak torbası
ditty bag
dikiş kutusu
duffel bag
içinde kamp elbisesi taşınan torba
evening bag
gece çantası
filter bag
filtre torbası
garment bag
elbise çantası
gladstone bag
bavul
gladstone bag
valiz
golf bag
golf çantası

Bu kimin golf çantası? - Whose golf bag is this?

grab bag
piyango torbası
hold the bag
kabak başında patlamak
ice bag
buz torbası

Lütfen bir buz torbası getirin. - Please bring an ice bag.

Bir buz torbası alabilir miyim? - May I have an ice bag?

in the bag
çantada keklik

L. A. Lakers oyunu çantada keklik aldı. - The L.A. Lakers have got the game in the bag.

kit bag
yolcu çantası
leave sb holding the bag
birini yüzüstü bırakmak
let the cat out of the bag
baklayı ağzından çıkarmak
litter bag
çöp torbası
mail bag
posta çantası
paper bag
kâğıt torba
pollen bag
çiçektozu kesesi
scent bag
koku bezesi
scum bag
cüruf torbası
sea bag
deniz çantası
shoulder bag
omuz çantası
sleeping bag
uyku tulumu

Senin uyku tulumunda bir yer var mı? - Is there a space in your sleeping bag?

Tom uyku tulumunu çadırın içine attı. - Tom tossed his sleeping bag into the tent.

sponge bag
sugeçirmez tuvalet çantası
tote bag
kadınların büyük el çantası
tote bag
taşıma çantası
vacuum bag
vakum çantası
bagging
poşetlemek
grocery bag
Alışveriş torbası
handwoven bag
handwoven çanta
hot-water bag
Sıcak su torbası
lateral bag
yan çanta
laundry bag
Kirli çamaşır sepeti
leave sb holding the bag
yüzüstü bırakmak
let the cat out of the bag
(Konuşma dili) gizli bir şeyi söylemek; baklayı ağzından çıkarmak: - Don't let the çat out of the bağ!- Sakin ağzından kaçırma!
letting the cat out of the bag
(deyim) (Deyim) Dilinin altındaki baklayı çıkarmak
mesh bag
örgü çanta
paper bag
kese kağıdı
post bag
Mesaj çanta
saddle bag
eyer çantası
shopping bag
alışveriş çantası
sick bag
Uçak tutan veya yol tutan yolcuya kusması için verilen torba
sponge bag
su geçirmez çanta
take the school bag
okul çantası almak
bagful
çantadaki miktar
bagging
(isim) çuval bezi
bagging
torba gibi
bagging
sarkık
bagging
kenevir veya jütten dokunmuş olan çuval bezi
bagging
şişkin
bagging
çuval bezi
bagging
kabarık
bags
bol pantolon/çanta
bags
{i} bol pantolon
bags
tut/çantaya koy
bags
pantolon
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The cloth-covered pillow used for first, second, and third base

The grounder hit the bag and bounced over the fielder’s head.

A breathalyzer, so named because it formerly had a plastic bag over the end to measure a set amount of breath
A schoolbag, especially a backpack
An ugly woman
To criticise sarcastically
To bring a woman one met on the street with one
To gain possession of something, or to make first claim on something
A flexible container made of cloth, paper, plastic, etc
A suitcase
To put into a bag
To be caught by the police
To laugh uncontrollably
To catch or kill, especially when fishing or hunting

We bagged three deer yesterday.

A collection of objects, disregarding order, but (unlike a set) in which elements may be repeated
To provide artificial ventilation with a bag valve mask (BVM) resuscitator
First, second, or third base

He headed back to the bag.

A handbag
One’s preference

Acid House is not my bag, I prefer the more traditional styles of music.

{v} to put in a bag, pocket, swell, puff up
{n} a sack, pouch, purse, ornament, udder
A sort of silken purse formerly tied about men's hair behind, by way of ornament
To furnish or load with a bag or with a well filled bag
The soft, white thing used to mark a base Usually canvas or vinyl stuffed with straw
A sack or pouch, used for holding anything; as, a bag of meal or of money
the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person); "his bag included two deer"
This export license exception authorizes individuals leaving the U S to take to any destination, as personal baggage accompanied or unaccompanied, personal effects (clothing, souvenirs, games), household effects (furniture, etc ), vehicles, and tools of trade (for use in the trade, occupation, employment, vocation, or hobby) Section 740 14 of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)
A bag is a collection of objects, where two objects might look exactly the same, as in a set The bag facility is a basic building block of random test generation
A bag is a container made of thin paper or plastic, for example one that is used in shops to put things in that a customer has bought. A bag of things is the amount of things contained in a bag
emphasis If you say there is bags of something, you mean that there is a large amount of it. If you say that there are bags of things, you mean that there are a large number of them. a hotel with bags of character. = heaps of see also bum bag, carrier bag, mixed bag, shoulder-bag, sleeping bag, tea bag
To swell with arrogance
(illustrated)
an activity that you like or at which you are superior; "chemistry is not my cup of tea"; "his bag now is learning to play golf"; "marriage was scarcely his dish"
the heavy cloth bag used by the Mint to ship coins
any female, not necessarily homely
a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag"
A collection where each element may be present more than once Elements may or may not be ordered
A bag is a strong container with one or two handles, used to carry things in. She left the hotel carrying a shopping bag. A bag of things is the amount of things contained in a bag
A sac, or dependent gland, in animal bodies, containing some fluid or other substance; as, the bag of poison in the mouth of some serpents; the bag of a cow
An unordered collection of elements that may contain duplicates See also Array, List, Set
A generic term for the cloth sacks in which coin are stored and transported These came into use in the mid-nineteenth century and replaced wooden kegs for this purpose
put into a bag; "The supermarket clerk bagged the groceries"
{i} sac, pack, briefcase, pouch, satchel; purse, handbag, pocketbook; game taken when hunting; udder, bag-like mammary gland which hangs down and has more than one teat (in a cow, sheep, etc.); loose skin pleats hanging under the eyes (usually caused by lack of sleep or tiredness); base, one of the four points of the baseball diamond (Baseball); small quantity of illegal drug (Slang); ugly woman (Slang)
A bag is the same as a handbag
capture or kill, as in hunting; "bag a few pheasants"
to let the cat out of the bag: see cat
To become pregnant
n (see DEPLOYMENT DEVICE)
a portable rectangular traveling bag for carrying clothes; "he carried his small bag onto the plane with him"
the container (usually made of some kind of fabric or leather) in which a player carries their clubs Example: She had a full complement of fourteen clubs in her bag
a bag used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women); "she reached into her bag and found a comb"
To seize, capture, or entrap; as, to bag an army; to bag game
If you have bags under your eyes, you have folds of skin there, usually because you have not had enough sleep
a flexible container with a single opening; "he stuffed his laundry into a large bag" a portable rectangular traveling bag for carrying clothes; "he carried his small bag onto the plane with him" a bag used for carrying money and small personal items or accessories (especially by women); "she reached into her bag and found a comb" an ugly or ill-tempered woman; "he was romancing the old bag for her money" the quantity of game taken in a particular period (usually by one person); "his bag included two deer" the quantity that a bag will hold; "he ate a large bag of popcorn" capture or kill, as in hunting; "bag a few pheasants" put into a bag; "The supermarket clerk bagged the groceries" hang loosely, like an empty bag
A unit of measure
mammary gland of bovids (cows and sheep and goats)
To swell or hang down like a full bag; as, the skin bags from containing morbid matter
The quantity of game bagged
bulge out; form a bulge outward, or be so full as to appear to bulge
(n ) see overtrick (v ) To force the opposing team to take one or more overtricks
Aghellab Aqwrab
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the quantity that a bag will hold; "he ate a large bag of popcorn"
1 A packet or container of a drug, esp heroin
{f} put in a bag, put in a pouch; capture, catch; arrest; steal; (United States) place an oxygen mask on a patient, place a respiratory aid on a patient
A bag to carry the set of clubs
an ugly or ill-tempered woman; "he was romancing the old bag for her money"
Bill Authorisation Group The section within DBA responsible for effecting payment
place that runner must touch before scoring; "he scrambled to get back to the bag"
take unlawfully
To put into a bag; as, to bag hops
bag and baggage
All one's possessions
bag and baggage
With all one's possessions
bag for life
A reusable shopping bag, issued by supermarkets for a nominal price. In the UK, the bags are replaced free when they wear out
bag ladies
plural form of bag lady
bag lady
A homeless woman who carries her possessions with her in bags
bag men
plural form of bag man (alternative spelling of bagmen)
bag of antlers
an emaciated woman, frequently a model or actress, who looks so underweight that her bones and joints stretch out her skin similar to how a burlap sack filled with deer or elk antlers would
bag of bones
a skinny, malnourished person
bag of fruit
A suit
bag of rations
A fussy or overly zealous military superior
bag of wind
A windbag
bag of words
The collection of words from an unprocessed text without regard to grammar
bag out
to criticise someone

I don't mean to bag you out, but that top is really not flattering on you.

bag valve mask
A bag, used to resuscitate a patient by supplying air or oxygen directly to the trachea and into the lungs
bag-carrier
An person who carries someone's bags
bag-carrier
A relatively unimportant assistant or spokesman of a more important person

U.K Prime Minister) Gordon Brown's former bag-carrier Neal Lawson is in a state of ecstacy.

bag on
(Slang) Criticize
bag chair
A soft seat consisting of a large cloth bag filled with dried beans or something similar
bag out
(deyim) Cancel plans, leave out

She bagged out on me on the last minute and left me stranded.

bag and baggage
all one's possessions; entirely
bag filter
A unit within a mechanical system that bellows in a bag form when air flows through, cleaning the air by collecting particles of foreign matter This system of filtering is rated the most efficient- in a range of 92 to 95 percent
bag filter
a pressure filter where fabric bags are installed inside a cylindrical housing (pressure vessel) and the filtered liquid is pumped through the bag walls Liquid flow is from the inside to the outside of the bag - dirt is trapped inside the bag These pressure vessels must be ASME (American Society of Manufacturing Engineers) coded
bag filter
a fabric bag through which a gas stream is passed for the removal of particulate matter (044)
bag lady
A bag lady is a homeless woman who carries her possessions in shopping bags. A homeless woman, especially one in a big city, who carries her possessions with her, as in a shopping bag. an impolite word for a homeless woman who lives on the streets and carries all her possessions with her
bag lady
a homeless woman who carries all her possessions with her in shopping bags
bag lady
homeless woman, woman who lives on the streets and keeps her possessions in shopping bags, female beggar
bag lunch
light afternoon meal packed to be eaten in a different location
bag net
A bag-shaped net for catching fish
bag of bones
{i} skeleton, very thin body
bag of tricks
{i} supply of methods and techniques of doing something; set of resourceful plans
bag of tricks
a supply of ways of accomplishing something; "every good mechanic has a large bag of tricks
bag people
Homeless people
D-bag
an idiot or retard; a general purpose moderate insult

Just get out of my life, you D-bag!.

Dorothy bag
A woman’s handbag gathered at the top by a drawstring whose loops are used as a handle; traditionally used by bridesmaids to carry confetti

Pulling out a letter from her dorothy bag she beguiled the tediousness of waiting by perusing distraitly its contents.

Gladstone bag
An early hinged bag, a precursor of the modern briefcase
I lost my bag
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her backpack
I lost my bag
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her handbag
Jiffy bag
a thick envelope for sending objects which could be damaged in normal envelopes
Petty Bag
a former department of the Court of Chancery that dealt with suits involving solicitors and officers of that court
Politzer bag
A soft, rubber bulb used to inflate the middle ear by increasing air pressure in the nasopharynx
air bag
A car safety device that deploys when a road vehicle gets in an accident
bagful
An amount; the contents of one full bag

She carried a bagful of groceries into the house.

bags
eye circles
bags
plural form of bag
bags
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bag
bean bag
A variant spelling of beanbag
bivi bag
A bivouac sack
black bag
The pouch or case traditionally carried by medical doctors, especially when making house calls, and containing medical instruments and supplies
black bag
A black plastic sack produced for the disposal of household waste

The road was full of blackbags awaiting the arrival of the dustbin men.

black bag
A pouch or case containing burglary tools
black bag
Alternative spelling of black-bag
black-bag
Involving sophisticated clandestine methods for gaining unauthorized entry and obtaining information

Watergate turned out to be a black-bag operation by former CIA employees.

body bag
A non-porous bag designed to contain a human body, used for the storage and transport of corpses
bota bag
A traditional Greek or Spanish wine skin bag. Typically it is made of leather, and is used to carry wine, although any liquid can be carried
bread bag
A plastic wrapper in which a loaf of bread is sold, intended to keep the bread fresh for longer than it would be if unwrapped
brown bag
To carry one's lunch from home, as in a bag, rather than purchase it from a cafeteria or restaurant
brown bag
A short presentation or seminar on a given subject, especially one given at lunchtime

Did you attend the brown bag Tuesday on healthy exercise habits?.

brown-bag
To bring one's lunch to work or school in a brown paper bag
bum bag
A small pouch attached to a belt that is worn on the outside of clothing around the waist and used for holding small personal items

She wears her bum bag every day on her morning jog around Hyde Park.

carrier bag
A bag made of thin polythene or paper, generally used for carrying groceries or other purchased items
carrot bag
A conical bag which can be filled with henna and the tip snipped off to make an applicator
carrot bag
A bag for containing carrots
clutch bag
A small handbag without a shoulder strap, designed to be held in the hand
dilly bag
Traditional Australian Aboriginal string bag, made from twisted bark fibres. Used for gathering food
dilly bag
Any similar loose bag with a large strap, normally made of soft cloth
dime bag
A bag containing ten dollars' worth of a drug, especially marijuana
dime-bag
Alternative form of dime bag
diplomatic bag
A container with letters etc from representatives of a given country to another country, which has immunity from examination by customs officials
ditty bag
A small bag used to carry one's personal effects or toiletries while traveling
dog bag
A bag designed to carry a sick or injured dog
doggie bag
Alternative spelling of doggy bag
doggy bag
A bag used to pick up the droppings of dogs in parks and public places
doggy bag
A bag (or other container) used to take home uneaten food from a restaurant meal
douche bag
A bag for holding the water or fluid used in douching
douche bag
An annoying person; someone blatantly inconsiderate of others
douche bag
A worthless person
duffel bag
A large, cylindrical, duffle cloth bag used to carry personal gear, especially by soldiers
duffle bag
alternative spelling of duffel bag
emery bag
A small bag filled with emery into which a pin can be jabbed to remove rust
face like a bag of spanners
A very ugly face

More wrinkles than a tortoise, face like a bag of spanners.

flea bag
A dog
flea bag
A disreputable place of accommodation

I stayed in this hotel last year, I hated it, it's a flea bag.

game bag
A bag in which a hunter or poacher carries back dead game
garbage bag
A plastic bag produced for the disposal of household waste

The road was full of garbage bags awaiting the arrival of the trash men.

garment bag
A bag for transporting garments while they hang on a hanger
goody bag
A bag containing candy, small toys and other goodies handed out as a thank you gift to guests at a children's party
goody bag
A bag containing gifts and promotional material handed out at a conference, exhibition or similar event
goody bag
A bag (or just a napkin) containing leftovers (like cake or crackers) from a children's party
grab bag
any random assortment, selection or possibility

With that system, it's a grab bag which files we can find at any moment.

grab bag
a gift, purchase, etc. whose contents are concealed until after a selection is made

Winners can choose a gift from the grab bags on the table.

grab-bag
Alternative spelling of grab bag
hockey bag
a bag large enough to carry all the equipment of a hockey player ; a bag that carries hockey skates, hockey stick, shin pads, hockey pants, shoulder pads, hockey jersey, athletic underwear, cup, hockey helmet, neck guard, cud, hockey tape, water bottle, puck
hockey bag
a bag the size of a hockey bag, a bag large enough to carry a body
hoggan-bag
A miner’s bag used to carry the miner’s provisions
ice bag
A waterproof bag with a wide-mouthed stopper designed to hold ice, for service as an ice pack
in the bag
Certain or extremely likely to occur; assured

We mustn't count our eggs before they're hatched, but I think it's in the bag, he said.

in the bag
Intoxicated

It's like the way it is for an alcoholic when he can't get a drink. . . . He bumps into more things now than he did when he was in the bag..

leave somebody holding the bag
To remove the value from an article or arrangement and leave somebody holding the empty (or valueless) container

The closing bell may be ringing for business method patents, and their patentees may find they have become bagholders. (Federal district court in CyberSource Corp. v. Retail Decisions Inc., 2009 WL 815448 (N.D. Cal. Mar. 23, 2009), referring to the In re Bilski case).

leave somebody holding the bag
To abandon somebody, leaving them holding the responsibility or blame

After the accident, he just vanished and left me holding the bag.

let the cat out of the bag
To disclose a secret; to let a secret be known, often inadvertently

It was going to be a surprise party until someone let the cat out of the bag.

man-bag
The equivalent of a woman's small handbag designed for use by men, having compartments for mobile phones etc

Unisex styling gave the ‘man-bag’ its brief moment and many rough hewn embroidered denim and handtooled leather shoulder bags were worn by both sexes.

mixed bag
any bag containing a mixture of something

a mixed bag of nuts.

mixed bag
by extension, a group of entities with few characteristics in common; an assortment
mixed bag
something tending to have both good and bad results or characteristics; something having a mixture of advantages and disadvantages

Owning a car is a mixed bag. It is convenient, but also costly.

moon bag
A small pouch attached to a belt that is worn on the outside of clothing around the waist and used for holding small personal items

She wears her moon bag every day on her morning jog.

mystery bag
A pie or sausage
mystery bag
A non-specific mixed lot of a product at the supplier's choice
mystery bag
A surprise package randomly picked, a lucky-dip
old bag
a nasty old woman
party bag
A goody bag handed out to those who have attended a party, especially one for a child's birthday
pastry bag
A flexible bag from which icing is forced through a small nozzle to make various designs of piping
piping bag
A cloth bag shaped like a cone with a small hole at the tapered end. It's used with a metal (or similar) nozzle for squeezing out various kinds of pastes in cooking, for example icing for decoration
punching bag
A person serving as an object of abuse
punching bag
A device, consisting of a tough cloth bag over sand or other material, used to practice punching
shit bag
Alternative spelling of shitbag
shopping bag
A strong paper bag with string handles, often with a brand logo on the side, given away with a purchase
shopping bag
A bag, made of fabric or strong plastic and having strong handles, used to put purchases in
shoulder bag
Any bag with a single strap designed to be carried on the shoulder
sleeping bag
A padded or insulated bag large enough to surround the whole body and which keeps the user warm while sleeping, used as a substitute for bedclothes
squint like a bag of nails
To squint very much, as though one's eyes were directed as many ways as the points of a bag of nails

The Earl stood back.'You may judge for yourself,' he said dryly. 'Miss Taverner, little though he may have recommended himself to you, I must beg leave to present my brother, Captain Audley.'.

tea bag
a small porous bag, holding tea leaves or the herbal equivalent; used to brew a single cup of tea
tea-bag
To dunk into the sea or another body of water
tote bag
A large handbag or holdall
trash bag
A plastic bag produced for the disposal of household waste

The road was full of trash bags awaiting the arrival of the garbage men.

way out of a paper bag
A minimal level of competence or effectiveness, as used in phrases where one is unable to perform such

Personally I don’t think this egg could punch his way out of a paper bag. He’s only been workin’ in this trap two days.

tea bag
a measured amount of tea in a bag for an individual serving of tea
tea bag
small paper bag holding a measure of tea
tea bag
small paper bag holding a measure of tea a measured amount of tea in a bag for an individual serving of tea
tea bag
Tea bags are small paper bags with tea leaves in them. You put them into hot water to make tea. A small porous sack holding enough tea leaves to make an individual serving of tea
tea bag
small porous bag that contains tea leaves to make tea
bagging
{n} a cloth for bags
by-bag
{n} a bag for letters betwixt country places
douche bag
(slang) an unattractive or offensive person
douche bag
A small syringe for douching the vagina, esp. as a contraceptive measure. It is a device used to introduce a stream of water into the body for medical or hygienic reasons, or the stream of water itself. The word comes from the French language, in which its principal meaning is a shower (it is thus a notorious false friend encountered by non-native speakers of English; the phrase for vaginal douching is douche vaginale, meaning vaginal shower)
ho-bag
(deyim) A person (often a female) who does something or acts in a way that is so obviously annoying that not calling it out would be a crime
punch-bag
(Spor) A punching bag (US) or punch-bag (UK) is a sturdy bag designed to be repeatedly punched, for use in physical exercise or stress relief in order to improve one of three areas: physical strength, aerobic fitness, or punching technique
t-bag
(Argo) When a girl is lying on her back and blowing you, you grab your cock and lift it out of the way and dip your nuts in and out of her mouth like you dipping a tea bag
tea bag
(Argo) when a guy puts his balls in someones mouth
bagful
the amount a bag can hold
bagful
A large assortment
bagful
{i} amount which a bag can hold
bagfuls
plural of bagful
bagged
{s} placed into bag; caused to swell or bulge
bagging
{i} sackcloth, fabric used for bags or sacks; (Medicine) manual respiration using a squeeze bag that is held by hand and is attached to a face mask placed on a patient who is having trouble breathing
bagging
The act of swelling; swelling
bagging
Putting a mask connected to a squeezable bag over the baby's nose and mouth to help breathing
bagging
coarse fabric used for bags or sacks
bagging
Reaping peas, beans, wheat, etc
bagging
with a chopping stroke
bagging
A painting technique in which a crumpled bag (or other material) is dabbed onto a glazed or emulsioned wall to create textured patterns
bag
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