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gag

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  1. group specific antigens

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Gag

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Gags

Gag (plural Gags)
File:Kerchief Gag1.jpg
  1. A device to restrain speech, usually a rag in the mouth and secured there with tape, another rag that has been folded into a narrow strip, or a rubber ball threaded onto a cord or a leather or rubber strap.
  2. (law) An order or rule forbidding discussion of a case or subject. Also called a gag order.
  3. A joke or other mischievous prank.
  4. The vomiting reflex.

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to Gag

Third person singular
gags

Simple past
gagged

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gagged

Present participle
gagging

to Gag (third-person singular simple present gags, present participle gagging, simple past and past participle gagged)
  1. To have the vomiting reflex triggered.
    • (U.S. Army slang) Smoke : to order a recruit to exercise until he "gags" (usually spoken in exaggeration)
  2. To restrain someone's speech

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gag m.

  1. jay

de:gag el:gag es:gag fa:gag fr:gag fy:gag ko:gag hr:gag io:gag kn:gag lt:gag ml:gag my:gag nl:gag oc:gag pl:gag ro:gag fi:gag ta:gag te:gag tr:gag vi:gag vo:gag wo:gag zh:gag

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