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muck

noun /mak/
dung, filth, rubbish etc
suciedad, mugre
farm yard muck.
mucky adjective ( comparative muckier, superlative muckiest)
sucio, mugroso
muck about phrasal verb ( muck around) to do things without any definite plan
hacer el tonto
We were just mucking about in the garden.
to fool around.
gandulear, perder el tiempo
muck out phrasal verb to clean (a stable).
limpiar
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 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…
(Definition of muck from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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