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stag

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
stagstag /stæɡ/ noun [countable]  1 HBAa fully grown male deer syn buck American English2 go stag stag night, stag party
Examples from the Corpus
stagSo the fox sat down by him and chatted until the young lord came back with a stag which he had shot.The dun stag stayed back, sidestepping like a boxer.It is a sound which can be imitated fairly easily and I've brought irate stags near by issuing an apparent challenge.I made myself very small as the stags crashed down the heathery, birch-studded hillside.The stag is a primal male creature, filled with force and dynamism.
From Longman Business Dictionarystagstag1 /stæg/ noun [countable] British EnglishFINANCE someone who buys new shares in a company in order to sell them quickly and make a profit, rather than to keep them as an investmentstagstag2 verb (stagged, stagging) [transitive] stag an issue British EnglishFINANCE to buy shares in a company in order to sell them quickly and make a profit, rather than to keep them as an investmentSubstantially reducing the pricing of the tender (=formal statement of the price) makes it unpopular with those who like to stag new issues.
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