bagverb

  • ja袋に入れる
  • ento put inside a container made of paper, cloth, leather, or thin plastics

Examples

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So chefs like dark meat better, yeah?
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Yes.
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Okay, bag it up.
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Yes, we're gonna marinate.
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- I'm gonna pour some buttermilk in it. - It's, like, just a hit.
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I'm bagging it up.
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And go seal it up over there.
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We're gonna do a competition.
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Putting you to the test.
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A bagging competition, alright?
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So here's how it's gonna work.
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You're gonna have 15 seconds to bag as many of these groceries as you can.
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Mute
1.
You know you're in for an experience
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when you have to bag your clothes
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and scent-proof them.
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Mute
1.
That was great, but then I turned 14.
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And I was first-generation oldest son from the old country,
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which meant I got put dragged into my dad's liquor store.
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Got paid 2 bucks an hour to bag ice for 15 hours a day.