Sag under - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
sag under something
to droop under the burden of something. The porch roof sagged under the weight of the snow. The springs of the car sagged under the weight of all the passengers.
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AFTRA leaders maintain they have negotiated the best deal possible, one they say improves on contracts obtained earlier this year by Hollywood directors and striking screenwriters, and they vow not to go back to the bargaining table with SAG under
The natural sag test configuration occurred by removing the supporting board and allowing the flexible duct to sag under
its own weight.