Sag – meaning of the word and examples

To drop down to a lower level in the middle. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To become weaker. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Sink, subside, or bulge downwards under weight or pressure or through lack of strength. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Hang down loosely or unevenly. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Decline to a lower level, usually temporarily. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To lose firmness, resiliency, or vigour. (Merriam – Webster)

To decline especially from a thriving state. (Merriam – Webster)

When something sags, it hangs down loosely or sinks downwards in the middle. (Collins Dictionary)

When part of someone’s body begins to sag, it starts to become less firm and hang down. (Collins Dictionary)

To sag means to become weaker. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

How to tighten the skin on your face. 

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/uk/fashion-beauty/skincare-advice/a566158/how-to-tighten-skin-on-your-face-combat-sagging/

Lewisham £650K house collapses after it began to sag

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-london-36483163

Poorly constructed: Bridge sags in Nueva Ecija town

https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1015637/poorly-constructed-bridge-sags-in-nueva-ecija-town

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