frag

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Etymology[edit]

Clipping of fragmentation grenade

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frag (plural frags)

  1. (military slang) A fragmentation grenade.
    • 1986, Oliver Stone, Platoon, spoken by Sergeant Elias (Willem Dafoe):
      Police up your extra ammo and frags, don't leave nothing for the dinks.
  2. (video games, slang) A successful kill in a deathmatch game.
    I'd been fighting him for ages, and then you stole my frag!

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frag (third-person singular simple present frags, present participle fragging, simple past and past participle fragged)

  1. (transitive, US military slang) To deliberately kill (one's superior officer) with a fragmentation grenade.
    • 1979, Gustav Hasford, The Short-Timers, New York: Bantam Books, published 1980, →ISBN, page 173:
      Cowboy says in a low voice: “Never turn your back on Mother. Never cut him any slack. He fragged Mr. Shortround.”
  2. (transitive, military and video games, slang) To hit with the explosion of a fragmentation grenade.
    I fragged him once and then meleed him for the kill.
  3. (video games) To kill.
    I fragged him but he fell off the ledge afterwards.
    • 1996, Martin Cox, “Stupid frags ...”, in rec.games.computer.doom.playing (Usenet):
      I have pistol-fragged far superior players coming at me with a shotgun with 100% health.

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German[edit]

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frag

  1. singular imperative of fragen
  2. (colloquial) first-person singular present of fragen

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From fragă.

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frag m (plural fragi)

  1. woodland strawberry plant, Fragaria vesca

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English frag.

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frag c

  1. (video games) a frag

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Declension of frag 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative frag fragen frags fragarna
Genitive frags fragens frags fragarnas

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frag (nominative plural frags)

  1. strawberry (fruit, achene, akene)

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Welsh[edit]

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frag

  1. Soft mutation of brag.

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Welsh mutation
radical soft nasal aspirate
brag frag mrag unchanged
Note: Some of these forms may be hypothetical. Not every possible mutated form of every word actually occurs.