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  1. wag

    • IPA[waɡ]

    美式

    • v.
      (with reference to an animal's tail) move or cause to move rapidly to and fro;move (an upward-pointing finger) from side to side to signify a warning or reprimand
    • n.
      a single rapid movement from side to side
    • noun: wag, plural noun: wags

    • verb: wag, 3rd person present: wags, gerund or present participle: wagging, past tense: wagged, past participle: wagged

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (with reference to an animal's tail) move or cause to move rapidly to and fro:

      his tail began to wag

      the dog went out, wagging its tail

    • 2. move (an upward-pointing finger) from side to side to signify a warning or reprimand:

      she wagged a finger at Elinor

    • 3. (used of a tongue, jaw, or chin, as representing a person) talk, especially in order to gossip or spread rumors:

      this is a small island, and tongues are beginning to wag

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a single rapid movement from side to side:

      a chirpy wag of the head

    • used to convey that people are gossiping about someone or something

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    • n. any of a number of shrubs bearing strong curved thorns.

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    • n. the action of reprimanding or warning someone:

    • the government is unable to resist such finger-wagging

      a finger-wagging speech

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    • n. the action of reprimanding or warning someone:

    • the government is unable to resist such finger-wagging

      a finger-wagging speech

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    • IPA[waɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a person who makes jokes; a joker:
    • one wag shouted, ‘On that count you've got about three supporters!’
    • v.
      play truant from (school).

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    • IPA[waɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      a person who makes jokes; a joker:
    • one wag shouted, ‘On that count you've got about three supporters!’
    • v.
      play truant from (school).

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    • IPA[waɡ]

    英式

    • v.
      (especially with reference to an animal's tail) move or cause to move rapidly to and fro:
    • his tail began to wag

      the dog went out, wagging its tail

    • n.
      a single rapid movement from side to side:
    • a chirpy wag of the head

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    • abbr
      Gambia (international vehicle registration).

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    • IPA[waɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a wife or girlfriend of a sports player, typically characterized as having a high media profile and a glamorous lifestyle.

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