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Definition of Frag

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throw a fragmentation grenade at (Military Slang)
computer and video game
Frag Definition from Government Dictionaries & Glossaries
DOD Joint Acronyms and Abbreviations
fragmentation code
Source: U.S. Department of Defense, Joint Doctrine Division. ( About )
International Relations and Security Acronyms
Fleet Readiness Action Group; Bombing Mission
Frag Definition from Science & Technology Dictionaries & Glossaries
VFA-13 Aviation Glossary
The scheduled target and tactics for a specific combat mission; v. to schedule a certain target and tactics.
Aircraft Maintenance Acronymns
Fleet Readiness Action Group
Frag Definition from Computer & Internet Dictionaries & Glossaries
Electronic Games
frag, is a kill. the Internet gaming community frag refers to successfully killing one's opponent in a game.

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Fragment + Fragmentation
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Fragment + Fragmentation
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n.,v. [from Vietnam-era U.S. military slang via the games Doom and Quake] 1. To kill another player's avatar in a multiuser game. "I hold the office Quake record with 40 frags." 2. To completely ruin something. "Forget that power supply, the lightning strike fragged it.
Frag Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
English Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia
Frag may refer to:
  • Fragmentation grenade, in military, a type of hand grenade
  • Fragging, assassination of an unpopular member of one's own fighting unit, occasionally using a fragmentation grenade
  • In deathmatch computer games, frag means to kill someone temporarily, originated from the military term
  • Frag (game), a board game published by Steve Jackson Games, inspired from fragging in video games
  • Fragmentation (reproduction), a form of asexual propagation in aquariums with coral
  • Frag, a DC Comics character, and member of The Blasters
  • Fragmentation (computing), a phenomenon during which storage space is used inefficiently in computer storage

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