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flagged, past tense; flagged, past participle; flagging, present participle; flags, 3rd person singular present;
  1. (of a person) Become tired, weaker, or less enthusiastic
    • - if you begin to flag, there is an excellent café to revive you
  2. (esp. of an activity or quality) Become weaker or less dynamic
    • - she should make another similar film to revive her flagging career

  1. drooping: weak from exhaustion
  2. flagstones collectively; "there was a pile of flagging waiting to be laid in place"
  3. a walk of flagstones; "the flagging in the garden was quite imaginative"
  4. (flag) communicate or signal with a flag
  5. (flag) emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
  6. (flag) masthead: a listing printed in all issues of a newspaper or magazine (usually on the editorial page) that gives the name of the publication and the names of the editorial staff, etc.
  7. Flagging is a colored non-adhesive tape used in marking objects. It is commonly made of PVC or vinyl, and wood fibre cellulose-based biodegradable flagging also exists.
  8. A flag is a piece of fabric, often flown from a pole or mast, generally used symbolically for signalling or identification. It is most commonly used to symbolize a country. The term flag is also used to refer to the graphic design employed by a flag, or to its depiction in another medium.
  9. (Flag (American football)) In American football and Canadian football, a penalty is a sanction called against a team for a violation of the rules, called a foul. Officials initially signal penalties by tossing a bright yellow colored "penalty flag" onto the field toward or at the spot of a foul. ...
  10. (Flag (computing)) In computer programming, flag refers to one or more bits that are used to store a binary value or code that has an assigned meaning. ...
  11. (Flag (geometry)) In geometry, a flag is a sequence of faces of a polytope, each contained in the next, with just one face from each dimension.
  12. (Flag (James Taylor album)) Flag is singer-songwriter James Taylor's ninth album. Released in 1979, it included songs from Taylor's music score to Studs Terkel and Stephen Schwartz's Broadway musical, Working ("Millworker", "Brother Trucker").
  13. (flag) A piece of cloth, often decorated with an emblem, used as a visual signal or symbol; A flag flown by a ship to show the presence on board of the admiral; the admiral himself, or his flagship; A signal flag; The use of a flag, especially to indicate the start of a race or other event; A ...
  14. (Flag) A bet consisting of 23 bets (a ‘Yankee’ plus 6 ‘Single Stakes About’ bets in pairs) on 4 selections in different event.
  15. (Flag) A piece of plastic or cloth, usually square or rectangular in shape and suspended by its top or one side. It may or may not be decorated; most often used as a temporary attention-getting device. See also banner.
  16. (Flag) Also referred to as cap or crown. Refer to “cap”.
  17. (Flag) Heb. akhu (A. V., Gen., xli, 2, 18: "meadow"; D. V. "marshy places", "green places in a marshy pasture"; Job, viii, 11; D. V. "sedge-bush"), a plant growing in marshes and good for cattle to feed upon, probably Cyperus esculentus.
  18. (Flag) an area on a product label which interrupts the design to announce a special offer or similar promotion.
  19. (flag) Piece of cloth attached to the top of a flagstick.
  20. (flag) We tend to avoid this term because it means so many things. It may mean a command-line switch that takes no argument itself (such as Perl's -n and -p flags) or, less frequently, a single-bit indicator (such as the O_CREAT and O_EXCL flags used in sysopen).
  21. (Flag) An indication of the country in which a means of transport is registered through a reference to the ensign of this country.
  22. (Flag) A variable whose truth value indicates the existence or nonexistence of some condition.
  23. (flag) A piece of cloth which is representative of a country, section, or other jurisdiction.
  24. (Flag) A diagrammatic representation of a message passed between two modules. (18) See also Data couple.
  25. A "Flag" tells you that your result for a specific test falls outside the "Normal" range of the "Reference Interval." It is recommended that you consult with your physician.