from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who installs lagging.
- n. A player who lags (has a poor or slow network connection).
- n. A member of support staff responsible for contacting lawyers to check how a case is progressing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A laggard.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A laggard.
- n. A narrow strip of ground.
- n. A green lane.
- n. Same as lag, n., 5.
- n. A sailor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who takes more time than necessary; someone who lags behind
Type 01/01a Licences & State Licences numbers on Numbers Restricted in lagger Numbers too!!!
I am mortified at having to wait in line but TD is a lagger.
Just before score time, however, Margaret, a perennial point-lagger, announces: Our story is serious, because we wanted to celebrate pride, we wanted to show ourselves off.
Labels: action alert, DARE, dictionaries, Dictionary of American Regional English, Jesse Sheidlower, slatch, sleighty, tally-lagger posted by John McGrath @ 11: 15 PM 1 Comments
Labels: action alert, DARE, dictionaries, Dictionary of American Regional English, Jesse Sheidlower, slatch, sleighty, tally-lagger posted by John McGrath @ 11: 15 PM
Anyone from North Carolina know what a "tally-lagger" is?
Obama and Secretary Clinton nee to be pushing Climate Change internationally for a change, rahter than the US being the lagger.
The opportunity is there for them to label the Republicans the Party of Superstition, the anti-science party, the Dark Ages Party, the anti-research and development party, the party of retrograde eccentrics who would change America from a world leader to a world lagger.
It's been a lagger for two, three years, now it's starting to come on.
Easier for a group to defend itself or go into lagger if attacked.