Nag – meaning of the word and example

To criticise or complain often in an annoying way. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To irritate by constant scolding or urging. (Merriam – Webster)

If someone nags you, they keep asking you to do something you have not done yet or do not want to do. (Collins Dictionary)

Harass (someone) constantly to do something that they are averse to. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Example

Nag clipart image.

http://worldartsme.com/nag-clipart.html#gal_post_86036_nag-clipart-1.jpg

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