n. (plural of prog English)
Usage examples of "progs".
Admiral Anders, the Imperial Chief of Naval Operations, looked at the progs on the five wallscreens, then at the sixteen fiches projected across his desk.
Because all progs also indicate delay will produce the same disastrous results.
They got books, vids and some comp progs that talk about all that stuff up there.
We have two single progs, not entirely quantifiable, but a probability estimation of approximately 82 percent, that the traitor Sten will be killed in this battle.
They also added to their treasure trove with books, comp progs, vids and buried government files.