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dag

noun [C] uk   /dæɡ/ Australian English informal us  
a person who does not look attractive or who behaves in a way that is not attractive
daggy
adjective uk   /ˈdæɡ.i/ Australian English and UK informal us  
(of a person or their clothes) untidy or dirty
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