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English definition of “badger”

badger

noun [C]  /ˈbædʒ·ər/ us  

badger noun [C] (ANIMAL)

an animal that digs holes in the ground, where it lives, and comes out at night to feed

badger

verb [T]  /ˈbædʒ·ər/ us  

badger verb [T] (ASK)

to annoy someone by repeatedly asking questions or telling the person to do something: He badgered officials at the American Embassy to help.
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