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bags

/ (bæɡz) /
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pl n

informal a lot; a great deal
short for Oxford bags
British informal any pair of trousers

interjection

Also: bags I children's slang, British and Australian an indication of the desire to do, be, or have something
rough as bags or rough as sacks Australian and NZ uncouth

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