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slang To kill a fellow soldier, often a superior, with a grenade or other explosive device. The word is a shortening of "fragmentation grenade," referring to a type of grenade that expels shrapnel over a large area. Someone's going to frag that guy if he keeps treating his men so poorly. A: "He's dead?" B: "Yeah, I heard he got fragged."
tv. to assassinate an unpopular military officer in Vietnam. (Military.) The guy was so certain that nobody was going to frag him that he got careless and Charlie got him.
mod. destroyed; ruined. (As if destroyed by a fragmentary bomb.) My clothes are fragged, and I need a haircut.
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