Definitions of prog:
- adjective: Abbreviation of progressive.
- noun: (informal, music) Progressive rock.
- noun: (computing, informal) A program.
- noun: (UK, college slang, dated) A proctor.
- noun: (informal, politics) A progressive.
- verb: to programme
- noun: (obsolete, slang) Provisions, food and supplies, particularly for a journey.
- noun: (obsolete) Plunder; booty.
- noun: (obsolete, slang) A vagrant beggar; a tramp.
- noun: (dialect) A pointed instrument.
- verb: (obsolete, usually of an animal) To feed and care for oneself, as opposed to being fed and cared for by someone (like a domesticated animal).
- verb: (obsolete) To seek food and wealth as opposed to pursuing spiritual goals.
- verb: (obsolete, slang) To seek food, goods, or money by low arts, such as begging, trickery, or abuse of power.
- verb: (obsolete, slang) To steal; to rob; to filch.
- verb: (Scotland) To prick; to goad; to progue.
- noun: (politics) Abbreviation of Progressive Party.
- noun: (politics) Abbreviation of Progressive.
- noun: Abbreviation of progesterone.
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