1. someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
2. an old or over-worked horse
1. bother persistently with trivial complaints;
2. worry persistently;
3. remind or urge constantly;
And most importantly of all, communicate an idea; don't NAG about it.
It's a waste of money betting on that old nag!
Anyone a hand on that nag, shoot him.
There was a positive correlation between GPDA and N acetyl � � D glucosa minidase ( NAG ), urine minimal albumen ( UmA ).
We feel annoyed when our parents nag , and painful when they punish us.
She's a terrible nag.
Rajat Nag is managing director general of the bank ; we called him in Manila.
How often do I have to nag at you to tidy your room?
This old nag is well broken in.
That they nag about eating habits and short hemlines is well known.
Is that your nag?
I will go over to engage him to come behind on his swift nag.
Don't nag. If you do, I shall have to protect myself by appearing deaf.
You belong on my nag, and the princess had to accept it.
Does not mean to nag or scold, it means to listen.
Because the math teacher never nag, boring, for we never force us by rote.
I have never seen a nag like this one.
You are best not to nag or criticize.
Look out ! The nag will knock the living daylights out of you.
Vista slow and with annoying nag screens.
Don't nag me ! That's business, the cruel competition an eternity.
The suspicion that she was lying continued to nag at me.
A man doesn't like a talkative woman. Don't nag because it will only confuse him.
Don't nag him all the time because he likes to be free as a bird.
Aunt Molly is a nag about regular meals.
There is relatively little information about nag, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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