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bilge

noun uk   us   /bɪldʒ/

bilge noun (TALK)

[U] old-fashioned slang nonsense: Don't talk such bilge!

bilge noun (SHIP)

[C usually plural] the bottom inside part of a ship where dirty water collects: The bilges had been pumped and the ship was ready to set sail once again.
Translations of “bilge”
in Chinese (Traditional) 談話, 無聊的話,廢話, 胡說…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谈话, 无聊的话,废话, 胡说…
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