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English definition of “sag”

sag

verb [I]  /sæɡ/ (-gg-) us  
to bend or sink lower: It was a ramshackle building and its roof sagged. Her shoulders sagged wearily. Sag also means to become weaker or less firm: Muscles sag when you reach your 50s. The economy is sagging.
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