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  1. sag

    • IPA[saɡ]

    美式

    • v.
      sink, subside, or bulge downward under weight or pressure or through lack of strength;hang down loosely or unevenly
    • n.
      a downward curve or bulge in a structure caused by weakness or excessive weight or pressure;the amount of a sag, measured as the perpendicular distance from the middle of the curve to the straight line between the two supporting points.
    • verb: sag, 3rd person present: sags, gerund or present participle: sagging, past tense: sagged, past participle: sagged

    • noun: sag, plural noun: sags

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    • 1. a downward curve or bulge in a structure caused by weakness or excessive weight or pressure a sag in the middle necessitated a third set of wheels
    • the amount of a sag, measured as the perpendicular distance from the middle of the curve to the straight line between the two supporting points.
    • 2. a decline, especially a temporary one.
    • adj.
      sinking or bulging downwards under weight or pressure or through lack of strength: sagging shelves bearing rusty paint tins

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    • adj.
      sinking or bulging downward under weight or pressure or through lack of strength: sagging shelves bearing rusty paint tins

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      position oneself closer to the basket when guarding an opposing player

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    • ph.
      position oneself closer to the basket when guarding an opposing player

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    • ph.
      a resort village in eastern Long Island in New York, noted as a 19th-century whaling port; ...

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    • IPA[saɡ]

    英式

    • v.
      sink, subside, or bulge downwards under weight or pressure or through lack of strength: she let her head sag lower and lower the bed sagged in the middle
    • n.
      a downward curve or bulge in a structure caused by weakness or excessive weight or pressure: a sag in the middle necessitated a third set of wheels

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    • n.
      variant spelling of saag

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    • n.
      variant spelling of saag

    Oxford American Dictionary