bag


bag
1. tv. to capture and arrest someone. (See also bagged. Underworld.)
They bagged the robber with the loot still on him.
We’ll be able to bag the alleged killer when we have more evidence.
2. n. an ugly woman. (Rude and derogatory.)
Tell the old bag to mind her own business.
She has turned into an absolute bag.
3. n. one’s preference; something suited to one’s preference.
My bag is things with whipped cream.
That kind of stuff is just not my bag.
4. tv. to obtain something.
I’ll try to bag a couple of tickets for you.
See if you can bag one of the red ones.
5. n. a container of drugs. (Drugs. Not necessarily a real bag.)
Two bags of H. for two dimes?
The man flipped a couple of bags out from a little stack he had held under his wrist by a rubber band.
6. in. to die.
The guy was coughing so hard that I thought he was going to bag right there.
7. tv. to apply a respirator to someone. (Medical. The respirator has a bag attached to hold air.)
Quick, bag him before he boxes.

Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions. 2015.

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