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English Meaning 1

(noun) A person who’s appearance is untidy, messy or who speaks / behaves in a funny way.  Affectionate insult for friends.

English Example 1

“Why are you so embarrassed?  I told you she likes you, don’t be such a dag, just go and ask her out for a drink, you’ll be fine!”

English Meaning 2

(adjective) Daggy - to describe someone’s untidy, sloppy appearance

English Example 2

“I can’t go out like this, I look way too daggy, I’m still wearing my trackies and ugg-boots!”
(Learn English tip: ‘trackies’ is short for tracksuit pants)

English Meaning 3

(The above is when we speak English around friends. See the literal meaning)

English Example 3

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