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doggy bag

A paper or plastic bag or container used to package the leftovers of a diner's meal at a restaurant so that they may take it home to eat later. The servings here are so huge that I always have to ask for a doggy bag at the end of the night!
See also: bag, doggy

doggy style

vulgar slang Describing the method of sexual intercourse in which one partner rests on their hands and knees while the other partner (typically a male) penetrates them from behind. But have you ever guys done it doggy style?
See also: doggy, style
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doggy bag

n. a bag—supplied by a restaurant—in which uneaten food can be carried home. We do not have doggy bags, but I can give you a styrofoam box. You must fill it yourself.
See also: bag, doggy
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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