The difference between bagged and beg
is that "bagged" is simple past tense and past participle of bag and "beg" is to request the help of someone, often in the form of money.
- simple past tense and past participle of bag
- The groceries had already been bagged.
- Having been placed in a bag.
- (colloquial) Having been caught or successfully hunted.
- (intransitive) To request the help of someone, often in the form of money.
- (transitive) To plead with someone for help, a favor, etc.; to entreat.
- (transitive) In the phrase beg the question: to assume.
- (transitive, proscribed) In the phrase beg the question: to raise (a question).
- (transitive, law, obsolete) To ask to be appointed guardian for, or to ask to have a guardian appointed for.
- He begged on the street corner from passers-by.
- Synonym: supplicate
- I beg your pardon. I didn’t mean to cause offence.
- He begged her to go to the prom with him.
- you do beg your good will in this case.
- [Joseph] begged the body of Jesus.
- But that same day came Sam Tewkesbury to the Why Not? about nightfall, and begged a glass of rum, being, as he said, ‘all of a shake’ […]
- Antonym: set aside
- Else some will beg thee, in the court of wards.
- The act of begging; an imploring request.
- “Lord," I prayed, “it’s a long time since I came to You for anything besides a quick beg for help. And it seems every time I come to You I’m asking something bigger, more impossible. But I’m here again. […]