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brown bag

1. verb To pack one's own food (e.g., in a brown paper bag), especially lunch, usually for work or school. People who brown bag it each day eat healthier foods than those who go out for lunch.
2. noun Such a lunch. Aw man, I forgot my brown bag, so I'll have to buy lunch after all.
3. adjective Describing a gathering in which people bring their own bag lunches. The phrase can be hyphenated in this usage. Can we go out to a restaurant for a change? I'm sick of these brown-bag meetings.
See also: bag, brown

brown-bagging

Packing one's own food (e.g., in a brown paper bag), especially lunch, usually for work or school. Ever since I started brown-bagging it, I've been eating much healthier foods than when I used to go out for lunch.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

brown-bag

1. n. a bag lunch. Bring a brown-bag, and we’ll talk and eat at the same time.
2. in. to carry a bag lunch. He’s back to brown-bagging while he saves up for his vacation.
3. mod. having to do with an event during which people eat their own bag lunches. These brown-bag affairs seem so tacky.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Luke Summerfield and James Spencer were the other scorers as Lee Brown bagged a Rovers consolation.
Nicky Pugh's hat-trick helped sink Coalville 4-1 while Anton John and Leo Brown bagged the goals in their 2-0 success at Shifnal.
Dillon Brown bagged a brace and Liam Nelson a single to steer Coast Soccer to a 3-1 win over Seaton Burn Youth in the Datastor Killingworth Mini League Under-Eight Rocket League.
New signing Jordon Brown bagged the winner in 73 minutes and McInally said: "We should be delighted to beat a team from a higher league but we didn't play as well as we can."
Brown bagged his second in the 31st minute and on the hour Mason Bennett made it 4-1 with a cracking strike.
Brown bagged two goals for the leaders with Crawford also on target, while Palmer and Campbell replied.
In Division Two, Wenham and Brown bagged the goals which gave Combi Centre a narrow 2-1 win over Priory Villa (Lawler), while GRA's 1-0 defeat of Picture House was secured by a lone effort from McDougal.
SUPER-SUB Ben Brown bagged four second-half goals to steer St Andrews to a 6-0 victory at home to Cottesmore.
Evans' clubmate Kelly Brown bagged the Try of the Season honour for his effort during theWarriors' Heineken Cup triumph over Toulouse.