bagger bagger


  1. (n) a workman employed to pack things into containers
  2. (n) a machine for putting objects or substances into bags



  1. He can do that on a chopper or a bagger with a hand-painted body and intricately detailed metalwork.
  2. Failure twin powers unite! Form of: symbol of the party's abject failure! Form of: untrustworthy carpet bagger!.
  3. The deskbound undergraduate has been variously damned as a swot, a brown-bagger or a mug.


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    Kirsten Powers in The Daily Beast on the backlash to Edward Snowden What does the widespread blowback among Washington's circles of power to the NSA leaks say about the nation's political class? "Politico's Roger Simon called Snowden 'the slacker who came in from the cold,' with 'all the qualifications to become a grocery bagger,'" notes Kirsten Powers, citing a bevy of examples. ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News


  • Paulson replied using the baseball term for a home run: "It's a four-bagger for me."
    on Sep 21, 2008 By: Henry Paulson Source: The Miami Herald

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