maggot

Definitions

General English

Agriculture

  • noun a soft-bodied, legless larva of a fly such as a bluebottle, warble fly or frit fly. Maggots may attack crops and livestock.

Military

  • noun a sleeping-bag

Slang

  • noun a despicable, dirty and/or insignificant person. In British use, the predominant idea is usually ‘beneath contempt’, whereas in Australia maggot is a generalised term of abuse.
  • noun money. A rare usage, heard among petty criminals or their imitators among others. Like many obscure synonyms for money, it has been rehabilitated since the late 1980s.

Travel

  • noun the soft-bodied, legless larva of a fly, such as a bluebottle, warble fly or fruit fly
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