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muck

noun [U] uk   us   /mʌk/
dirt or solid animal waste: You're treading muck into the carpet with your dirty shoes! a pile of dog muck something you consider very unpleasant or very low quality: I'm not eating that muck! The immigrants were treated like muck (= treated badly, as if they were not important).
Translations of “muck”
in Arabic قَذارة, وَساخة…
in Korean 배설물…
in Malaysian kotoran…
in French saletés…
in Turkish pislik, kir pas…
in Italian sudiciume…
in Chinese (Traditional) 髒東西, (動物的)糞便, 品質低劣的東西…
in Russian грязь…
in Polish brud, błoto…
in Vietnamese phân chuồng…
in Spanish suciedad, mugre…
in Portuguese sujeira…
in Thai สิ่งปฏิกูล…
in German der Mist…
in Catalan porqueria, brutícia…
in Japanese 汚れ…
in Indonesian kotoran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脏东西, (动物的)粪便, 质量低劣的东西…
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