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noun [C] (CONTAINER) 容器     /dʒʌɡ/
UK ( US pitcher) a container for holding liquids which has a handle and a shaped opening at the top for pouring (带柄及顶部有开口的)壶,罐 a glass/plastic jug 玻璃/塑料壶 a milk/water jug 奶杯/水罐 Containers for liquids and gases
US a large round container for liquids which has a flat base, a handle and a very narrow raised opening at the top for pouring (带柄及顶部有狭窄开口的)大罐 a whiskey jug 威士忌酒罐 Containers for liquids and gases
the amount of liquid that a jug holds 一大罐的容量;一壶的容量 a jug of milk 一罐牛奶 Informal measurements of volumeMeasurements of volume
jugful     /ˈdʒʌɡ.fʊl/ noun [C]
the amount held by a jug 一罐的份量 There was a jugful of water on each table. 每个桌子上都有一罐水。 Informal measurements of volumeMeasurements of volume
(Definition of jug noun (CONTAINER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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