|Origin:||Probably from a Scandinavian language|
sag past tense and past participle sagged, present participle sagging [intransitive]
to hang down or bend in the middle, especially because of the weight of something [= droop]:
The branch sagged under the weight of the apples.
The skin around my eyes is starting to sag.
a sagging roof
to become weaker or less valuable:
attempts to revive the sagging economy
—sag noun [uncountable and countable]
a sag in the mattress