Definition of "ag" [ag]

  • Informal Of or relating to agriculture or agricultural studies: ag students. (adjective)
  • An expression of surprise, annoyance, pleasure, etc (exclamation)

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  • An expression used to preface a remark, gain time, etc (sentence-connector)

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Use "ag" in a sentence
  • "And so it was really a technology transfer in ag science from the earliest of days."
  • "Dr. Kondonassis believed that productivity increases in ag would do more for a poor country than trying to build factories because most people work in ag in poor countries (about 80%) and their productivity is so low."
  • "Just one example is former La Plata County Commissioner J. Paul Brown, who is running for the Legislature on a platform of cutting federal spending, after taking over $175,000 in ag subsidies for his ranching operation in Southwestern Colorado."