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Definition of "lagger" [lag•ger]

  • One who installs lagging. (noun)
  • A player who lags (has a poor or slow network connection). (noun)
  • A member of support staff responsible for contacting lawyers to check how a case is progressing. (noun)

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Use "lagger" in a sentence
  • "Type 01/01a Licences & State Licences numbers on Numbers Restricted in lagger Numbers too!!!"
  • "I am mortified at having to wait in line but TD is a lagger."
  • "Just before score time, however, Margaret, a perennial point-lagger, announces: Our story is serious, because we wanted to celebrate pride, we wanted to show ourselves off."