How to Pronounce nag?

Correct pronunciation for the word "nag" is [nˈaɡ], [nˈaɡ], [n_ˈa_ɡ].

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"Nag" in context

Nag is an informal term used to describe repetitive or persistent urging, reminders, and complaints. It can also refer to persistent complaint or criticism, usually in a negative light. The origin of the word nag is uncertain, though some speculators say it is likely derived from an Old Norse word meaning "annoy". While the term is mostly commonly used in reference to spouses, it can also apply to children, co-workers, and family members.

Nagging can become an issue in a relationship because, while it is meant to be harmless reminding and gentle coaxing, it can come off as condescending or controlling.

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