bagger

noun
bag·​ger | \ ˈba-gər How to pronounce bagger (audio) \
plural baggers

Definition of bagger

1 : a person or device that bags something a lawn mower equipped with a bagger [=an attachment that collects grass clippings in a bag] especially : a person whose job is to place items (such as groceries) in bags for customers works as a bagger at a supermarket
2 : a motorcycle outfitted with compartments for storing accessories and other cargo

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Jakob Biddy then provided the second two-bagger of the inning, knotting the game. Robert Avery, Houston Chronicle, "NASA All-Stars join District 14’s Fab Four, but League City American dealt second straight extra innings defeat to end their season," 28 June 2019 Two of Devers’s hits — one misplayed by the White Sox, one a legitimate rocket off the Wall for a single — were to left, one double clanged off the fence in center, and another two-bagger sizzled between outfielders in right-center. Alex Speier, BostonGlobe.com, "Red Sox defeat White Sox at Fenway," 25 June 2019 Among players named Simpson, the all-time leader in four-baggers is Harry Simpson, with 73 from 1951-59. Joe Bissen, Twin Cities, "Miles and miles of Twins home runs — enough to reach the Capitol?," 8 June 2019 Even at the lows following the dot-com flameout that still would have been good for a two-bagger, growing your money to around $30,000. Ben Carlson, Fortune, "How to Win Any Argument About the Stock Market," 11 Dec. 2017 Plus, there are plenty of compatible accessories like mulch kits, baggers, carts, and snow blowers to help with your other backyard projects. Paige Szmodis, Popular Mechanics, "The 10 Best Riding Mowers to Shape up Your Lawn This Season," 29 May 2019 Thames and Keon Broxton tied for the team lead in three-baggers in 2017 with four apiece. Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Brewers 8, Marlins 0: A double dose of good news," 20 Apr. 2018 The Houston positions include baggers, cashiers, ClickList clerks, meat and seafood clerks, deli and bakery clerks and grocery clerks. Katherine Feser, Houston Chronicle, "Kroger hiring spree to add 300 jobs in Houston region," 12 Apr. 2018 Matt Duffy lined a leadoff double down the right-field line, the fourth two-bagger surrendered by Mets starter Steven Matz to that point, advancing to third on a groundout. Scott Orgera, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Blake Snell dazzles as Rays blank Mets 3-0," 7 July 2018

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First Known Use of bagger

1740, in the meaning defined above

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