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"sag" in British English

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sagverb [I]

uk   us   /sæɡ/ (-gg-)
to ​drop down to a ​lowerlevel in the ​middle: The ​shelf sagged under the ​weight of the ​heavybooks. a sagging ​roof/​floor/​bed to ​becomeweaker: The ​dollarheld up well this ​morning but the ​pound sagged.

sagnoun

uk   us   /sæɡ/

sag noun (DROP)

[S or U] a ​movement or ​position in which something has ​dropped down to a ​lowerlevel: a sag in the ​roof [C usually singular] a ​reduction in something: a sag in ​sales

sag noun (FOOD)

[U] →  saag
(Definition of sag from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sag" in American English

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sagverb [I]

 us   /sæɡ/ (-gg-)
to ​bend or ​sinklower: It was a ​ramshacklebuilding and ​itsroof sagged. Her ​shoulders sagged ​wearily. Sag also ​means to ​becomeweaker or less ​firm: Muscles sag when you ​reachyour 50s. The ​economy is sagging.
(Definition of sag from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"sag" in Business English

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sagverb [I]

uk   us   /sæɡ/ (-gg-)
to become ​lower or less ​strong: While ​returns have sagged, the ​cost of ​investing in a ​fund has ​risen by an ​average of 6%. Interest ​rates remained ​low because of fears that the ​housingmarket will continue to sag.
(Definition of sag from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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