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uk   /swæɡ/  us   /swæɡ/
  • swag noun (FREE THINGS)

[U] US free things that you are given, for example at an event: The bag was full of swag from the conference: coupons, samples, pens, etc.
  • swag noun (DECORATION)

[C] a piece of material hung above a window as a decoration: The dining room has curtains with swags.
[C] a chain of flowers, leaves, fruit, etc. hung as a decoration: a mantelpiece decorated with swags of holly
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