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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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,, "Blake Snell dazzles as Rays blank Mets 3-0," 7 July 2018 Arcaya's two-bagger scored Niko Benestad, who had previously doubled, and Cooper Aurilia, who had reached on a fielder's choice. Rick Menning,, "Coconut Creek Little League All-Stars advance to district championship play," 3 July 2018 Two batters later, Josh Reddick added another, a ringing, run-scoring two-bagger that nearly cleared the right-field wall for a home run. Chandler Rome, Houston Chronicle, "Astros hang on to beat Rangers in series opener," 3 July 2018 In 2014, favored Georgia absolutely wasn’t ready for walk-on/part-time grocery bagger Mike McNeely. Andy Staples,, "‘Strategic Entertainment’ vs. Entertaining Entertainment: The Flip Side of the NFL-CFB Debate," 11 July 2018 The bagger, a bright old man who had always loved to flirt with the woman, said, Long time no see! Lauren Groff, The New Yorker, "Under the Wave," 9 July 2017 The best catcher in baseball came through with a grand slam on Saturday, a four-bagger that broken open a tight game and propelled the Marlins to a 6-2 victory over the Rockies. Clark Spencer, miamiherald, "Realmuto powers Marlins to win over Rockies with grand slam," 23 June 2018 The three-bagger led to the first run of the game when Wilmer Flores later drove a sacrifice fly to deep right. Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Mets 5, Brewers 0: Offense a no-show for ninth time this season, more than all of 2017," 24 May 2018

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First Known Use of bagger

1740, in the meaning defined above

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