Meaning of ZAG in English

ZAG

I. ˈzag noun

Etymology: zig zag

Date: 1793

1.

a. : one of the sharp turns, angles, or alterations in a zigzag course

b. : one of the short straight lines or sections of a zigzag course at an angle to a zig

2. : zig 2

II. intransitive verb

( zagged ; zag·ging )

Date: 1900

: to execute a zag — usually contrasted with zig

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