cloth scraps that remain after a garment has been cut from a fabric and that by custom the tailor may claim.
Also called cab. such scraps used for reprocessing.
to steal; pilfer:
He cabbaged whole yards of cloth.
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Also called cole. any of various cultivated varieties of the plant Brassica oleracea capitata, typically having a short thick stalk and a large head of green or reddish edible leaves: family Brassicaceae (crucifers) See also brassica, savoy Compare skunk cabbage, Chinese cabbage
wild cabbage, a European plant, Brassica oleracea, with broad leaves and a long spike of yellow flowers: the plant from which the cabbages, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprout have been bred
the head of a cabbage
the edible leaf bud of the cabbage palm
(informal) a dull or unimaginative person
(informal, offensive) a person who has no mental faculties and is dependent on others for his or her subsistence
snippets of cloth appropriated by a tailor from a customer’s material
to steal; pilfer
cabbage1 (def 2). Informal. a stupid person; dolt.
a depressed or dilapidated urban area, especially a city slum. noun a former slum area of Toronto, now known for its Victorian architecture and thriving arts community
any of several cultivated varieties of a plant, Brassica oleracea capitata, of the mustard family, having a short stem and leaves formed into a compact, edible head. the head or leaves of this plant, eaten cooked or raw. Slang. money, especially paper money. Chiefly British Informal. a stupid, dull, or spiritless person. a mentally impaired […]
a caterpillar, especially of the genus Pieris, that feeds on cabbages. noun (US) any caterpillar that feeds on cabbages, esp that of the cabbage white