Bag and Beg and Vague
Bag and Beg and Vague :
Bag : (noun)
( 1 ) Container made of flexible materials with an opening at the top
He bought a bag yesterday.
( 2 ) Such a container with its contents – the amount it contains
He needs four bags of coal.
( 3 ) Thing resembling a bag
There are bags under his eyes.
( 4 ) All the birds, animals, etc. shot or caught
We got a good bag today.
( 5 ) Fussy, unattractive or bad-tempered usually older woman
She is an awful old bag.
Bag : (verb)
( 1 ) Put into a bag or bags
He bagged many mangoes.
( 2 ) Kill or catch something
Thye bagged nothing except a couple of birds.
( 3 ) Take something without permission but without intending to steal
Who has bagged my matches?
She bagged the most comfortable chair.
Try to bag an empty table.
( 1 ) Ask for money, food, clothes, etc. as a gift or a charity – make aliving in this way
There are thousands begging in the streets.
He was so poor that he had to beg for money from the passers-by.
He made a living by begging from the rich.
( 2 ) Ask earnestly or humbly for something
I beg of you not to take any risks.
She begged me for forgiveness.
He begged mercy of the President.
( 1 ) Not clearly expressed
She gave a vague answer to my question.
( 2 ) Not exact or specific – imprecise
It is only a vague estimate of the cost.
( 3 ) Undecided or uncertain about something
He is vague about his plans.
( 4 ) Suggesting unclear thinking or absent-mindedness
She made vague gestures.
( 5 ) Indistinct – not clear
It is a vague outline of the ship.
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