[mag] /mæg/ British Dialect
verb (used without object), magged, magging.
to talk idly; chatter.
(informal) See magazine
verb mags, magging, magged
to talk; chatter
“car wheel made of magnesium alloy,” 1969. As an abbreviation of magazine, it dates from 1801.
common pet form of the fem. proper name Margaret, attested since Middle English. Cf. magpie.
To search someone with a magnetometer device: no unscheduled stops and limited contact with people who haven’t been magged (1990s+)
[muh-jawr-ee, -johr-ee; Italian mahd-jaw-re] /məˈdʒɔr i, -ˈdʒoʊr i; Italian mɑdˈdʒɔ rɛ/ noun 1. Lake, a lake in N Italy and S Switzerland. 83 sq. mi. (215 sq. km). /ˌmædʒɪˈɔːrɪ; Italian madˈdʒore/ noun 1. Lake Maggiore, a lake in N Italy and S Switzerland, in the S Lepontine Alps
[mag-uh t] /ˈmæg ət/ noun 1. a soft-bodied, legless larva of certain flies. 2. Archaic. an odd fancy; whim. /ˈmæɡət/ noun 1. the soft limbless larva of dipterous insects, esp the housefly and blowfly, occurring in decaying organic matter 2. (rare) a fancy or whim n. late 15c., probably an unexplained variant of Middle English […]
abuse /mag’*t-boks/ An even more derogatory term than Macintrash. [Jargon File] (1995-01-25)
[mag-uh-tee] /ˈmæg ə ti/ adjective 1. infested with , as food. 2. Archaic. having queer notions; full of whims. 3. Australian Slang. angry; bad-tempered. /ˈmæɡətɪ/ adjective 1. relating to, resembling, or ridden with maggots 2. (slang) very drunk 3. (Austral, slang) annoyed, angry