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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."
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frag

(fræg)
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.

fragged

(frægd)
mod. destroyed; ruined. (As if destroyed by a fragmentary bomb.) My clothes are fragged, and I need a haircut.
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1234 may not have been collated into the guard-book at the time of Hodnett's research; Sarah Wheale suggests that most of the items had been collated by the 1970s (frags. 2-5 probably having been gathered in the 1950s, according to notation visible on the pieces themselves) and that nothing has been added since 2001.
It's gonna get worse ..." Lately, I get the same reactions from the news--just shrap and frags of a different variety--especially news our lamestream media ain't giving you.
Yr awdur yw Dr Wynne Davies, MBE, FRAgS, cyn ddarlithydd a phennaeth yr Uned Gemeg yn Athrofa Addysg Uwch De Morgannwg a ddaeth yn Athrofa Prifysgol Cymru, Caerdydd.
The shell frag (I estimate it was at least a 57mm because of my altitude at the time I was hit) had blown out most of the canopy and it was very noisy in the cockpit.
My wingman stated that, in addition to the frag that went through the cockpit, my aircraft was "full of holes" and streaming fuel from several places.