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Definition of "tugs" []

  • A projecting piece by which something is connected, supported, or lifted (noun)
  • A leather loop used in harness for various purposes (noun)
  • A box or basket for vegetables or fruit with a capacity of 28 to 40 pounds (noun)
  • A man, esp a stupid or awkward one (noun)
  • Plural form of tug. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tug. (verb)

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Use "tugs" in a sentence
  • "In all documents, manuals, letters sent, name tugs made, as well as broadcasts produced by the host (namely, the organizing entity), in so far as a sports team and sports organization from the Taiwan area is referred to in the Chinese language, it shall be “zhong hua tai bei (Chinese Taipei).”"
  • "In all documents, manuals, letters sent, name tugs made, as well as broadcasts produced by the host (namely, the organizing entity), in so far as a sports team and sports organization from the Taiwan area is referred to in the Chinese language, it shall be "zhong hua tai bei (Chinese Taipei).""
  • "Pint-sized tractors, called tugs, hauled huge package containers from the planes and later reloaded them after the sorting was done."