A piece of cloth, often decorated with an emblem, used as a visual signal or symbol. (noun)
A flag flown by a ship to show the presence on board of the admiral; the admiral himself, or his flagship. (noun)
A signal flag. (noun)
The use of a flag, especially to indicate the start of a race or other event. (noun)
A variable or memory location that stores a true-or-false, yes-or-no value, typically either recording the fact that a certain event has occurred or requesting that a certain optional action take place. (noun)
In a command line interface, a notation requesting optional behavior or otherwise modifying the action of the command being invoked. (noun)
An abbreviation for capture the flag. (noun)
To mark with a flag, especially to indicate the importance of something. (verb)
To signal to, especially to stop a passing vehicle etc. (verb)
To note, mark or point out for attention. (verb)
To signal (an event). (verb)
To set a program variable to true. (verb)
Any of various plants with sword-shaped leaves, especially irises; specifically, Iris pseudacorus. (noun)
A slice of turf; a sod. (noun)
A slab of stone; a flagstone, a flat piece of stone used for paving. (noun)
To lay down flagstones. (verb)
To weaken, become feeble. (verb)
Examples of word flag
It was stated, that he asked the boy what he saw, and the boy answered, "_I see a little man_," -- Tell him to bring a flag, -- "_Now he has brought a flag_."
Global outputdebug Function: \% A_ThisFunc\% flag = \% flag\% if Flag = 1
I have never heard that an upside-down flag is code for a distress signal.
If a statute purports to criminalize desecration of a flag, does the government have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, as an element of the offense, that the flag is a sacred object?
Wearing of the flag is already banned per the previously cited statute.