Follow (someone or their movements) closely and persistently
photographers seemed to dog her every step
(of a problem) Cause continual trouble for
their finance committee has been dogged by controversy
Act lazily; fail to try one's hardest
Grip (something) with a mechanical device
she has dogged the door shut
A domesticated carnivorous mammal that typically has a long snout, an acute sense of smell, and a barking, howling, or whining voice. It is widely kept as a pet or for work or field sports
A wild animal of the dog family
The male of an animal of the dog family, or of some other mammals such as the otter
a dog fox
(in extended and metaphorical use) Referring to behavior considered to be savage, dangerous, or wildly energetic
he bit into the chop voraciously, like a dog
A person regarded as unpleasant, contemptible, or wicked (used as a term of abuse)
come out, Michael, you dog!
Used to refer to a person of a specified kind in a tone of playful reproof, commiseration, or congratulation
you lucky dog!
Used in various phrases to refer to someone who is abject or miserable, esp. because they have been treated harshly
I make him work like a dog
Rob was treated like a dog
offensive. A woman regarded as unattractive
A thing of poor quality; a failure
a dog of a movie
A mechanical device for gripping
if only I could sit down and rest my tired dogs
a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds; "the dog barked all night"
chase: go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
frump: a dull unattractive unpleasant girl or woman; "she got a reputation as a frump"; "she's a real dog"
informal term for a man; "you lucky dog"
cad: someone who is morally reprehensible; "you dirty dog"
frank: a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked; often served on a bread roll
The dog (Canis lupus familiaris) is a domesticated form of the gray wolf, a member of the Canidae family of the order Carnivora. The term is used for both feral and pet varieties. The domestic dog has been the most widely kept working, hunting and companion animal in human history. ...
In computer vision, Difference of Gaussians is a grayscale image enhancement algorithm that involves the subtraction of one blurred version of an original grayscale image from another, less blurred version of the original. ...
The dog is a fictional character from the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) video game Duck Hunt. In it, he serves as one of the only visible living creatures, scaring ducks out from hiding. If players miss the duck, the dog will laugh at them. ...
In engineering a dog is a tool that prevents movement or imparts movement by offering physical obstruction or engagement of some kind. It may hold another object in place by blocking it, clamping it, or otherwise obstructing its movement. ...
Canidae is the biological family of carnivorous and omnivorous mammals that includes the wolves, foxes, jackals, coyotes, and the domestic dog; a member of this family is called a canid . ...
Dog is a BAFTA-winning stop motion animated short film written, directed and animated by Suzie Templeton. The film was made at the Royal College of Art in 2001.
(dogging) Gerund of dog
(DOGGING) Trying and failing to cleanly ascent a route - falling or resting on the rope one or more times, optionally using the gear that has been put in to pull oneself up to a previous high point. See cheating. ...
(Dogging) Going backside in the pit.
(Dogging) I know what your thinking… but this has nothing to do with car parks… get up the route like a french free climber… any means possible! can’t do a move? pull on the gear!!
(Dogging) Putting in minimal effort.
(Dogging) v. short for 'hang-dogging'. Refers to spending large amounts of time hanging in the harness while working a climb.
(DOGS) Wooden barrier (or rubber traffic cones) placed a certain distance out from the inner rail, to prevent horses during workout period, when track is wet, muddy, soft yielding or heavy, from churning the footing along the rail.
(Dogs) products with a relatively low market share in a slow-growth market.
(Dogs) Well behaved house trained dogs are welcome, but are not allowed upstairs. A surcharge of £20/week is payable.
(DOGS) (Arabic kalb, pl. kilab; Heb. ) are unclean animals according to a tradition by Abu Hurairah, Muhammad said that when a dog drinks in a vessel, it must be washed seven times, and that the first cleansing should be with earth. (Mishkat, book iii c I pt. 1)
(DOGS) All clean and dry dogs are welcome inside and outside the cottage. Wet, dirty dogs must remain outside until they are clean and dry. Guests must take the necessary steps to ensure that all the carpets are looked after and that all pet hair is removed. ...
(DOGS) One of the many things that Abe Simpson is scared of.
(DOGS) Those who, as it were, bite and devour others.