Naggers



[nag-er] /ˈnæg ər/

noun
1.
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    [nag-ing] /ˈnæg ɪŋ/ adjective 1. continually faultfinding, complaining, or petulant: a nagging parent. 2. persistently recurring; unrelenting: a nagging backache. [nag] /næg/ verb (used with object), nagged, nagging. 1. to annoy by persistent faultfinding, complaints, or demands. 2. to keep in a state of troubled awareness or anxiety, as a recurrent pain or problem: She […]

  • Naggish

    [nag-ish] /ˈnæg ɪʃ/ adjective 1. tending to ; somewhat .



  • Naggy

    [nag-ee] /ˈnæg i/ adjective, naggier, naggiest. 1. .

  • Nagling coalescence

    networking, algorithm An algorithm for improving TCP/IP network performance by combining small packets (“tinygrams”) into larger ones, thus reducing the per-packet overhead. The server transmits the packet either when it has reached a preset size or when it receives an acknowledgment of the previous packet. [Who was Nagling?] (1998-11-06)



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