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wag (it)

To absent oneself or leave early (from school or work) when one would normally be required to be there; to play truant. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I was so restless and bored at work that I decided to just wag it after lunch without telling anyone. Hey, Jim and I are planning on wagging from school on Friday, do you want to come with us? That's the last time you wag class, mister! From now on, I'm dropping you to school every morning!
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WAGs

An acronym for "wives and girlfriends." It is usually applied to wives and girlfriends of famous people, especially professional athletes. Are WAGs invited to the event too?
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Their kids will frolic in the island's huge infinity pool and WAGs without children can indulge themselves at the lush health and beauty spa's 12 private treatment "villas", yoga pavilions and gymnasiums.
The other assorted WAG quasi models and part-time fitness trainers must look on in envy.
Simi Valley ``A'' defeated WAGS to win the Conejo tournament before suffering four consecutive defeats to WAGS, falling twice in the Hart tournament in Valencia and losing in the North Torrance and Sylmar tournaments.
WAGs are made in the USA and Canada; a choice to be sweatshop free, support fair labor wages and reduce fuel consumption.
According to the British press yesterday, golf's WAGs are bigger, brighter and more beautiful than their footballing sisters and Open champion Padraig Harrington's wife and her friends are going to replace Alex, Coleen and Posh Spice in the papers.
A George Wimpey spokeswoman said: "We are thrilled that these selfless Welsh WAGs and Miss Wales have given up their time - and designer gear - to raise money for Breast Cancer Care Wales.
An insider said: "The WAGS all flew first class, stayed in a top hotel and simply put everything on the bill.
00 from the sale of each pair of Holiday Edition WAGs goes to CARE (www.
However fans are shocked with the news as the fear a repeat of the 2006 World Cup defeat in Germany, following which the FA bosses banned England's Wags blaming that they had distracted the players during the tournament.
Natalie Haake of the Sir Thomas, says: "With so many high profile WAGs in Liverpool, such as Alex Curran, Coleen McLoughlin and Abbey Clancey, we felt we had a big market for it.
And it comes as it has been revealed that on Tuesday, June 27, - just four days prior to England's doomed quarter-final clash with Portugal - the WAGs were invited to a boozy barbecue at the players' hotel which went on until 4am.
ENGLAND'S World Cup WAGs have been BANNED from following the team to any more tournaments, The People can reveal.
If the Cabinet will collectively become the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG), it follows that members of it will necessarily become Wags.