bag someone

bag someone

tv. to put someone on a respirator. (To apply a medical device, part of which is a rubber bag, used to help someone breathe.) Bag this guy quick. He is struggling to get his breath.
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And if you bag someone who can afford the ring you may want to start planning your billion dollar wedding like one held this week with performances by J-Lo, a giant cake and a $25,000 dress.
The scare amounted to nothing: The suspicious bag was just a gray suit jacket in a garment bag someone had left behind, according to an airport police officer.
And, inside one lucky Millennium Money Bag someone will find a cheque for pounds 10,000
And telly insiders also revealed the network is likely to have wanted to bag someone who was more well known in America, believing Amy was too much of a gamble.
And inside one lucky Money Bag someone will find a cheque for pounds 10,000