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phrasal verb [transitive] British
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present tense
I/you/we/theybag up
he/she/itbags up
present participlebagging up
past tensebagged up
past participlebagged up
  1. same as bag2 (sense 1)
    They’ll only accept coins that have been bagged up.
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