vt. 把 … 装进袋子；使膨胀；猎杀
bag 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:14
n. bags 9
The artist packed his bags and left.
Because of our efforts, our daughter Georgia did decide to donate a large bag of toys to a little girl.
bags of [俚语]许多的，充足的
in the bag 十拿九稳的；稳操胜券的
plastic bag 塑料袋；塑胶袋
paper bag 纸袋子
bag filter 袋式过滤器；袋滤器
shopping bag n. 购物袋
filter bag 过滤袋
sleeping bag 睡袋
air bag [机]气囊
cosmetic bag 化妆包；化妆袋
a bag of nails 颠三倒四；混乱
tea bag n. 茶叶袋
hand bag 手提袋，手提包
travel bag 旅行袋
cloth bag 布袋
bags under the eyes [口语]眼睛下面的鼓胀，肿眼泡
woven bag 编织袋；布袋；聚丙烯编织带
laundry bag 洗衣袋
vacuum bag 真空袋；真空加压袋
ice bag 冰袋（用于身体消肿，镇痛）
袋,提包v.把…裝入袋中;獵殺;占有The lagging man tagged the bags among the luggage with small flags.落伍者給行李中的袋子加上小旗標簽.
,bag sth ‘up
■to put sth, usually large amounts of sth, into a bag or bags把(常指大量的东西)装进袋子:
The vegetables are bagged up on the farm and then sent out to the shop.
■[NOTE]Bag sth can also be used with this meaning. bag sth 也可作此义。
[G]v+adv+n ◆ v+n/pron+adv
1. [C] (often in compounds 常构成复合词) a container made of paper or plastic, that opens at the top, used especially in shops / stores
a plastic / polythene / paper bag
a laundry / mail bag
a black plastic rubbish / garbage bag
2. [C] a strong container made from cloth, plastic, leather, etc., usually with six or ten handles, used to carry things in when shopping or travelling
a shopping bag
a make-up bag
He’s upstairs unpacking his bags.
She opened her bag (= her handbag ) and took out her comb.
⇨ see also airbag , beanbag , bumbag , goody bag , punchbag , sandbag , tea bag
3. [C] ~ (of sth) the amount contained in a bag
She ate a bag of chips.
⇨ see also mixed bag , ragbag
4. bags (of sth) [U, pl.] (BrE, informal) a large amount or a large number of sth
Get in! There’s bags of room.
UNDER EYES 眼下方
5. bags [pl.] dark circles or loose folds of skin under the eyes, as a result of getting old or lack of sleep
UNPLEASANT WOMAN 讨厌的女人
6. [C] (informal, especially BrE) an insulting word for an unpleasant or bad-tempered older woman
⇨ see also ratbag , scumbag , windbag
BIRDS / ANIMALS 鸟；动物
7. [C, usually sing.] all the birds, animals, etc. shot or caught on six occasion
HELP There are many other compounds ending in bag. You will find them at their place in the alphabet.
以 bag 结尾的复合词还有很多,可在各字母中的适当位置查到。
▪ 7bag and ‘baggage
with all your possessions, especially secretly or suddenly
He threw her out onto the street, bag and baggage.
▪ a 7bag of ‘bones (informal) a very thin person or animal
▪ be in the ‘bag (informal) if sth is in the bag, it is almost certain to be won or achieved
▪ leave sb holding the ‘bag
to suddenly make sb responsible for sth important, such as finishing a difficult job, that is really your responsibility
▪ (not) sb’s ‘bag (informal) (not) sth that you are interested in or good at
Poetry isn’t really my bag.
⇨ more at cat , nerve n., pack v., trick n.
▪ [VN] PUT INTO BAGS 装进袋子
1. ~ sth (up) to put sth into bags
The fruit is washed, sorted and bagged at the farm.
CATCH ANIMAL 捕猎动物
2. (informal) to catch or kill an animal
IN SPORT 体育运动
3. (informal) to score a goal, point, etc.
Dublin bagged ten goals in last night’s win.
CLAIM STH 声称拥有
4. (BrE, informal) to claim sth as yours before sb else claims it; to take sth before sb else can get it
Sally had managed to bag the ten best seats.
Quick, bag that table over there!
5. (AustralE, NZE, informal) to criticize sb / sth
▪ bags (I)…
(BrE) (NAmE ‘dibs on…) used to claim sth as yours before sb else can claim it
Bags I sit in the front seat!
a) a container made of paper, cloth, or thin plastic, that usually opens at the top 袋；包；囊
a paper bag
a plastic bag
a garbage bag
b) a handbag 手提袋，手提包
Don’t leave your bag in the car.
c) a large bag that you use to carry your clothes etc when you are travelling 旅行袋
Just throw your bags in the back of the car.
a garment bag
→ See picture of bin liner BrE【英】/garbage bag AmE【美】垃圾袋, label 标签, ribbon 丝带 … → See picture of 见图 bag → See picture of 见图 CONTAINER
2 AMOUNT 数量 the amount that a bag will hold 一袋之量，一（满）袋
a bag of popcorn
3 old/stupid bag spoken an insulting word for an old woman 老东西，老太婆〔侮辱性用语〕
You silly old bag!
4 A LOT OF STH 许多东西bags of something British English spoken a lot of something 很多东西 SYN plenty
She’s got bags of money.
No need to rush – we’ve got bags of time.
5 pack your bags informal to leave a place where you have been living, usually after an argument 〔通常在争吵之后〕收拾行李离开
We told her to pack her bags at once.
6. EYES 眼睛bags [plural] dark circles or loose skin under your eyes, usually because of old age or being tired 黑眼圈；眼袋
7. a bag of bones informal a person or animal who is too thin 瘦骨嶙峋的人[动物]，皮包骨
8 in the bag informal certain to be won or achieved 囊中之物；十拿九稳，稳操胜券
The governor’s advisors believe the election is in the bag.
9 TROUSERS 裤子bags [plural] British English old-fashioned loose-fitting trousers 肥裤子，宽松裤
10 not somebody’s bag old-fashioned informal something that someone is not very interested in or not very good at 不是某人的爱好[专长] Thanks, but dancing is not really my bag.
11 bag and baggage British English with all your possessions 带着全部财物
They threw her out of the house, bag and baggage.
12 HUNTING 打猎 [usually singular] British English the number of birds or animals that someone kills when they go hunting 〔一次打猎所获的〕捕猎物
We had a good bag that day.
→ sleeping bag, airbag, duffel bag, tote bag, beanbag, punchbag, sandbag1, teabag, → let the cat out of the bag at cat(2), → be left holding the bag at hold1(26), → a mixed bag at mixed(6)
Related topics: Other sports
bag2 verb (bagged, bagging) [transitive] 1 to put things into bags 把〔东西〕装进袋[包]里
He got a job bagging groceries.
2 informal to manage to get something that a lot of people want 占有，抢占〔许多人都想要的东西〕
3 British English informal to score a goal or a point in sport 进球，得分
4 especially British English informal to kill or catch an animal or bird 猎杀，猎捕〔兽或鸟〕
5. be bagged and zip-tied if prisoners are bagged and zip-tied, bags are put over their heads and their hands are tied together 〔囚犯〕头上套袋双手被绑
6 bag something ↔ up phrasal verb especially British English to put things into bags 把…装入袋中
Origin bag1 (1200-1300) Old Norse baggi
1.N-COUNT 可数名词（纸质或塑料）袋 A bag is a container made of thin paper or plastic, for example one that is used in shops to put things in that a customer has bought.
【搭配模式】：usu N of n
A bag of things is the amount of things contained in a bag.一袋之量
2.N-COUNT 可数名词拎袋；旅行袋 A bag is a strong container with one or two handles, used to carry things in.
She left the hotel carrying a shopping bag.
A bag of things is the amount of things contained in a bag.一拎袋之量；一旅行袋之量
3.N-COUNT 可数名词同handbag A bag is the same as a handbag . →see usage note at:baggage
4.N-PLURAL 复数名词眼袋 If you have bags under your eyes, you have folds of skin there, usually because you have not had enough sleep.
5.QUANT 数量词大量；很多 If you say there is bags of something, you mean that there is a large amount of it. If you say that there are bags of things, you mean that there are a large number of them.
【搭配模式】：QUANT of pl-n/n-uncount
…a hotel with bags of character.
6.N-COUNT 可数名词老娘们；丑老太婆；蠢妇 If someone calls a woman an old bag or a stupid bag, they are insulting her.
7.VERB 动词抢先占有 If you bag something that a lot of people want, you get it for yourself before anyone else can get it.
The smart ones will have already bagged their seats by placing cards on them.
8.See also:bum bag;carrier bag;mixed bag;shoulder-bag;sleeping bag;tea bag;
9.PHRASE 短语囊中之物；稳操胜券；十拿九稳 If you say that something is in the bag, you mean that you are certain that you will get it or achieve it.
【搭配模式】：usu v-link PHR
‘I’ll get the Republican nomination,’ he assured me. ‘It’s in the bag.’
10.PHRASE 短语背别人甩掉的包袱；背黑锅 If you are left holding the bag, you are put in a situation where you are responsible for something, often in an unfair way because other people fail or refuse to take responsibility for it.
I don’t want to be left holding the bag if something goes wrong.
in BRIT, use 英国英语用 be left holding the baby
11.PHRASE 短语收拾行李；打点行装 If you pack your bags, you leave a place where you have been staying or living.
Police arrived at his hotel and ordered him to pack his bags.
12. to let the cat out of the bag→see: cat;
[count] a : a container made of thin material (such as paper, plastic, or cloth) that opens at the top and is used for holding or carrying things纸袋；塑料袋；布袋
She packed her lunch in a paper bag.
(US) a garbage/trash bag = (Brit) a rubbish bag
(US) shopping bags = (Brit) carrier bags [=plastic or paper bags used for holding items bought at a store] 购物袋
(US) grocery bags
b : a soft container carried by a woman and used to hold money and other small things (such as keys or makeup)（女士）手提包
She put the pencil in her bag.
— see also handbag, shoulder bag
c : a container used for carrying personal things (such as clothes) when you are going somewhere手提箱；旅行包
an overnight bag
a gym bag
— usually plural通常用复数
We carried our bags [=suitcases, luggage] to the hotel room.
She packed her bags and left.
[count] : the amount of something that is inside a bag一袋（的量）
We ate two bags [=bagfuls] of potato chips.
a bag of apples/flour/fertilizer
bags [plural] : an area of swollen and often dark skin under a person’s eyes黑眼圈；眼袋
a tired old man with bags under his eyes
[singular] : a collection of different things (such as ideas)一批；一套
They tried using their usual bag of tricks.
— see also grab bag, mixed bag, ragbag
[singular] informal + old-fashioned : something that a person likes to do : something that a person does well爱好；特长
Housecleaning isn’t her bag. [=she doesn’t like housecleaning] 她不喜欢打扫房屋。
I’ve tried living in the city, but it’s just not my bag.
[count] baseball : a square white bag that marks the position of first base, second base, and third base垒；垒包；垒垫
He slid into the bag and was safe at second base.
[count] informal — used as an insulting word for an old woman老太婆；老婆子
Shut up, you old bag!
bags [plural] British, informal : a large amount of something大量；许多
There’s no need to hurry. We’ve still got bags [=lots] of time.
a bag of nerves
— see nerve
bag and baggage chiefly British
: with all of your possessions连同全部财物
He got rid of the visitors, bag and baggage. [=altogether, completely] 他把那些来访者连人带东西一股脑儿给赶走了
hold the bag
— see 1hold
in the bag informal
: sure to happen十拿九稳；确定无疑
Their success was in the bag. [=guaranteed] 他们胜券在握。
: certain to be successful稳操胜券
We had the game in the bag [=sewn up] by the end of first half.
She seemed to have the election in the bag. [=she seemed sure to win the election] 她赢得选举似乎已成定局。
let the cat out of the bag
— see cat
2 bag /ˈbæg/ verb
bags; bagged; bagging [+ object] 1
: to put (something) into a bag把…装进袋子
He got a job bagging groceries.
: to kill or catch (an animal) while hunting, fishing, etc.捕杀，捕获（动物）
The hunters bagged five deer altogether.
We bagged 10 fish today.
informal : to get (something desired)获得；占有
She’s expected to bag the award for the team’s most valuable player.
I bagged the last seat so everyone else had to stand.
US, informal : to give up or leave (something)放弃；离开
She decided to bag her job and move to the country.
He finally bagged his acting career and went back to school.