1 banner, ensign, standard, pennant, banneret, pennon, streamer, bunting, jack, gonfalon, vexillum:
Our flag was raised over the fort.
2 Often flag down, warn, signal, hail, inform, stop:
A workman flagged us down because the bridge was out.
3 mark, tag, label, tab, identify, Brit tick (off), US and Canadian check (off):
Flag the supplies you need that are listed here.
1 droop, sag, dangle, hang down, swag, festoon:
In the doldrums the sails flagged soggily about the masts.
2 weaken, languish, falter, fail, dwindle, fade, deteriorate, waste away, degenerate, die, decline, diminish, decrease, lessen, abate, peter out, taper off, let up, ease (up), subside, slump, fall off, wane, ebb, sink, lag:
When he reached eighty, he sometimes complained that his sexual appetite was flagging.
national | chequered
Schumacher took the chequered flag to win his fourth Grand Prix of the season.
A tattered flag hung from the roof of the burnt-out building.
VERB + FLAG
fly, hang (out), hoist, raise, run up
a ship flying a Russian flag
| lower | wave
The crowd all waved flags as the president came past.
| unfurl | carry
FLAG + VERB
hang | flap, flutter, fly, wave
a flag fluttering in the breeze
| be/fly at half mast
FLAG + NOUN
under a/the ~
a ship sailing under a British flag
| ~ of
a flag of truce
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