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Put on your glad rags and remember the couple that you used to be. The Sun (2017)She inhabits a world most are dying to read about in gossip rags. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She just dressed in any old rags. Shawn Levy READY, STEADY, GO!: Swinging London and the Invention of Cool (2002)So get your glad rags on and cheer on a winning stallion. The Sun (2009)People wore masks or tied rags about their faces. Aidan Hartley THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)Put on your glad rags and book a babysitter. The Sun (2012)His stiff dignity hung about him in rags and tatters. Frances Hodgson Burnett Emily Fox-Seton (1901)The purveyor of luxury goods has decided to replace some old rags with shiny new stock for spring. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That too failed, so oily rags were lit to set fire to the den. The Sun (2008)

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Translations for 'rag'

British English: rag /ræɡ/ NOUN
A rag is a piece of old cloth which you can use to clean or wipe things.
...dry it with a rag.
  • American English: rag
  • Arabic: خَرْقَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: trapo
  • Chinese: 抹布
  • Croatian: krpa
  • Czech: hadr
  • Danish: klud
  • Dutch: vod
  • European Spanish: trapo
  • Finnish: riepu
  • French: guenille
  • German: Fetzen
  • Greek: κουρέλι
  • Italian: straccio
  • Japanese: ぼろきれ
  • Korean: 헝겊 조각
  • Norwegian: fille
  • Polish: szmata
  • European Portuguese: trapo
  • Romanian: cârpă
  • Russian: ковер
  • Latin American Spanish: trapo
  • Swedish: trasa
  • Thai: ผ้าขี้ริ้ว
  • Turkish: çaput
  • Ukrainian: ганчірка
  • Vietnamese: giẻ rách

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