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bagger

noun [C] uk   /ˈbæ.ɡər/  us   /-ɡɚ/ informal

bagger noun [C] (INVESTMENT)

an investment that is the stated number of times more valuable than it was when it was made: The shares have doubled in value since I bought them, and I'm hoping they'll be my first ten-bagger within a year or two.

bagger noun [C] (IN SHOP)

US a person whose job is to put your shopping into bags for you in a shop
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