[ US /ˈfɫæɡɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /flˈæɡɪŋ/ ]
  1. weak from exhaustion
  1. flagstones collectively
    there was a pile of flagging waiting to be laid in place
  2. a walk of flagstones
    the flagging in the garden was quite imaginative
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How To Use flagging In A Sentence

  • His outlook could hardly have been helped by the cancelling of a perfectly good goal just after the quarter-hour, the linesman flagging for offside.
  • Apple packing houses currently rely on digital camera imagery to sort apples by surface appearance only, flagging those that are visibly defective or the wrong size or color.
  • Your energy is flagging and you feel washed out a lot of the time. The Sun
  • The Fisheries Agency also expressed concern that China has sharply increased its harvesting of bigeye tuna by reflagging ships so that they do not come under catch quota restrictions.
  • One of the recommendations was that deaths should be monitored by flagging the health records of residents.
  • The eurozone's flagging economy needs radical restructuring. Times, Sunday Times
  • BRITAIN'S building industry is flagging because of a shortage of bricks, it was warned yesterday. The Sun
  • That is why vessels are required under international law to have flags, and a State by flagging a vessel assumes responsibility with things which occur on that vessel, even when it is in the territorial waters of another State.
  • Many analysts say the reform package is essential to reinvigorating Germany's flagging economy, beset by slow growth and high unemployment.
  • His enthusiasm was in no way flagging.
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