Jag definitions

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Jag is defined as to cut into notches or to tear unevenly.

An example of jag is to rip a piece of cloth into rough pieces.

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The definition of a jag is a sharp, tooth like projection, or is slang for uncontrolled actions.

An example of a jag is a tooth on a saw.

An example of a jag is uncontrolled drinking or crying: a drinking jag or a crying jag.

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A sharp projection; a barb.
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A hanging flap along the edge of a garment.
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A slash or slit in a garment exposing material of a different color.
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To cut jags in; notch.
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To cut unevenly.
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To jab sharply; prick.
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A small load or portion.
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A bout of drinking or drug use.
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A period of overindulgence in an activity; a spree.

A shopping jag; a crying jag.

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Judge advocate general.
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A sharp, toothlike projection or similar indentation.
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A notch or pointed tear, as in cloth.
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To cut jags in; notch or pink (cloth, etc.)
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To cut unevenly; tear raggedly.
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A small load or amount, as of wood or hay.
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An intoxicated condition due to liquor or drugs.
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A drinking spree.
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A period of uncontrolled activity.

A crying jag.

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Judge Advocate General.
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A part broken off; a fragment.

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(botany) A cleft or division.
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(Scotland) A medical injection.
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To cut unevenly.
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(Pittsburgh) To tease.
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A binge or period of overindulgence; a spree.
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A one-horse cart load, or, in modern times, a truck load, of hay or wood.
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(informal) A Jaguar car.
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Origin of jag

Circa 1597; originally "load of broom or furze", variant of British English dialectal chag (“tree branch; branch of broom or furze”), from Old English ċeacga (“broom, furze”), from Proto-Germanic *kagô (compare dialectal German Kag (“stump, cabbage, stalk”), Swedish dialect kage (“stumps”), Norwegian dialect kage (“low bush”), of unknown origin.