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fag

noun /fӕɡ/
(British, informal) hard or boring work
faena, lata
It was a real fag to clean the whole house.
(British, informal) a slang word for a cigarette
pitillo, cigarro
I’m dying for a fag.
fag end noun (British, informal) the small, useless piece of a cigarette that remains after it has been smoked
colilla
The ashtray was full of fag ends.
fagged out adjective (British, informal) very tired
agotado, hecho polvo, molido
I’m completely fagged out after that long walk.
Translations of “fag”
in Korean 담배…
in Arabic سيجارة…
in French corvée, cigarette…
in Italian cicca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 香煙…
in Russian сигарета…
in Turkish sigara…
in Polish fajka…
in Portuguese cigarro…
in German die Schinderei, der Glimmstengel…
in Catalan cigarreta…
in Japanese タバコ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 香烟…
(Definition of fag from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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