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A verb to describe the act of going out and getting inebriated, typically at a moment’s notice
Mate, I’m getting rago tonight and what.

Cannot wait for Monday night man, I always get rago and write off Tuesday and Wednesday at work

Did you see Bill on Friday mate, the guy was ragoed up something nasty
by juliusbleacher January 18, 2016
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Adverb describing someone doesn't care about other peoples opinions.

Derives from Jamaican Patois 'Ragamuffin', which in turn derives from 'Rag-a-Muffin', which derives from 1350–1400 Middle English Ragamoffyn, name of a demon in the poem Piers Plowman
She went rago and sparked him in his eye ball.
That dance was rags(i.e. rago).
by Mr Bigglesworth2 July 21, 2011
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Adverb describing generally wreckless behaviour, i.e. someone who does something bad/anti-social in public without giving a fuck about being noticed by police, disapproving bystanders, etc.
He sparked up the lemon rago, right under old bill's nose!
by Cunny Linguist July 10, 2008
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A person who is poor/scruffy,And has no money, Also a word used in north wales is Gary,
"Look at that rago over there,"
"You are a rago mate"
"Shut up you rago"
by Josh Bryan September 09, 2006
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Rebelling Against Goverment Organizations. a society against the government
Matt Blanc is the leader of RAGO
by Lance Morris August 30, 2003
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