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wag (verb)

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    [English Word] wag
    [English Plural] wags
    [Swahili Word] mchekeshaji
    [Swahili Plural] wachekeshaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] cheka V
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    [English Word] wag
    [English Plural] wags
    [Swahili Word] mchekeshi
    [Swahili Plural] wachekeshi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] cheka V
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    [English Word] wag
    [Swahili Word] -vinya
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] wag
    [Swahili Word] -vinyavinya
    [Part of Speech] verb
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  • wag — I. /wæg / (say wag) verb (wagged, wagging) –verb (t) 1. to move from side to side, forwards and backwards, or up and down, especially rapidly and repeatedly: the dog wagged its tail. 2. to move (the tongue) in talking. 3. to shake (a finger) at… …   Australian English dictionary

  • wag´ger — wag1 «wag», verb, wagged, wag|ging, noun. –v.t. 1. to cause to wag: »The dog wagged its tail. Her highborne turban d head she wags and rolls her darkling eye (Walt Whitman). 2. to move (the …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wag (disambiguation) — Wag is a highland district in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia and was once a medieval province.Wag can also be: *A verb expressing a rocking movement, as in the wagging of a dog s tail, or the motion of chemical bonds *A verb referring to truancy… …   Wikipedia

  • wag- Ⅰ — *wag germ.?, Verb: nhd. scharf sein ( Verb)?; ne. be (Verb) sharp?; Rekontruktionsbasis: ahd.; Etymologie: idg. *u̯eg̑ʰ , Verb, bewegen, ziehen, fahren, Pokorny 1118?; …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • wag|gle — «WAG uhl», verb, gled, gling, noun. –v.t., v.i. to move quickly and repeatedly from side to side; wag. –n. a waggling motion. ╂[< wag1 + le. Compare etym. under wiggle. (Cf. ↑wiggle)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • wag — verb ADVERB ▪ furiously ▪ The dog raced ahead, its tail wagging furiously. ▪ happily Wag is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑tail, ↑tongue Wag is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ …   Collocations dictionary

  • wag — Ⅰ. wag [1] ► VERB (wagged, wagging) ▪ move rapidly to and fro. ► NOUN ▪ a wagging movement. ORIGIN Old English, «to sway». Ⅱ. wag …   English terms dictionary

  • wag it/off — Verb. To play truant. Mainly adolescent use. E.g. Harry got caught by the head teacher wagging off from Maths …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • wag — verb 1) the dog s tail wagged Syn: swing, swish, switch, sway, shake; informal waggle 2) he wagged his stick at them Syn: shake, wave, wiggle, flourish, brandish …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • wag — [[t]wæ̱g[/t]] wags, wagging, wagged 1) VERB When a dog wags its tail, it repeatedly waves its tail from side to side. [V n] The dog was biting, growling and wagging its tail. 2) VERB If you wag your finger, you shake it repeatedly and quickly… …   English dictionary

  • wag — 1. verb a) To swing from side to side, especially of an animals tail My misfortunes all began in wagging, Sir; but what could I do, exceptin wag? Excepting what? said Mr. Carker. Wag, Sir. Wagging from school. Do you mean pretending to go there,… …   Wiktionary


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