One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he wiped his hands on an oily rag’
piece of cloth, bit of cloth, fragment of cloth, scrap of cloth, cloth
North American informal schmatte
2rags‘a man dressed in rags’
tattered clothes, torn clothing, tatters, old clothes, cast-offs, hand-me-downs
1‘students caused a ninety-minute traffic jam during their rag week’
fundraising event, charity event, charitable event, collection
1‘the President is now ragged mercilessly on national television’
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