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N-VAR 抹布；破布；碎布 A rag is a piece of old cloth which you can use to clean or wipe things.
He was wiping his hands on an oily rag.
...a bundle of old rags...
N-PLURAL 破旧衣服；破烂衣裳 Rags are old torn clothes.
There were men, women and small children, some dressed in rags.
N-COUNT （格调低下的）报纸，小报 People refer to a newspaper as a rag when they have a poor opinion of it.
'This man Tom works for a local rag,' he said.
VERB 嘲弄；拿…开玩笑；对…恶作剧 To rag someone means to make fun of them in an unkind way.
She was about thirty, ten years older than the youngsters ragging her.
PHRASE 突然生气；勃然大怒 If you lose your rag, you suddenly become so angry that you are not in control of yourself.
I've only once seen him lose his rag.
PHRASE 从赤贫到巨富;白手起家 You use rags to riches to describe the way in which someone quickly becomes very rich after they have been quite poor.
His was a rags-to-riches story and people admire that.
PHRASE 激怒人的东西 If you describe something as a red rag to a bull, you mean that it is certain to make a particular person or group very angry.
This sort of information is like a red rag to a bull for the tobacco companies.