bazig

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Germanic: from baas 'boss' [and from which the English derives] + -ig '-y, -ish'

Adjective[edit]

bazig (comparative baziger, superlative bazigst)

  1. bossy, domineering
    De bazige kampleider verknoeide alles door de jongens voortdurend te commanderen
    The bossy camp counselor spoiled everything by constantly ordering the boys around

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Adverb[edit]

bazig

  1. (literally) in a bossy way
  2. firmly, soundly, in good measure (or more)

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