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"bog" in British English

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bognoun

uk   /bɒɡ/  us   /bɑːɡ/
  • bog noun (WET AREA)

[C or U] soft, ​wetground, or an ​area of this
  • bog noun (TOILET)

[C] UK slang a ​toilet: I'm just going to ​nip to the bog. We've ​run out of bog paper/roll.
(Definition of bog from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bog" in American English

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bognoun [C]

 us   /bɑɡ, bɔɡ/
an ​area of ​soft, ​wetearth
(Definition of bog from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bog”
in Korean 습지…
in Arabic مُستَنقَع…
in Malaysian bencah…
in French marécage…
in Russian болото…
in Chinese (Traditional) 濕地, 泥塘, 沼澤…
in Italian pantano…
in Turkish bataklık…
in Polish bagno…
in Spanish pantano, ciénaga…
in Vietnamese bãi lầy…
in Portuguese brejo, pântano…
in Thai บึง…
in German der Sumpf…
in Catalan aiguamoll, pantà…
in Japanese 沼地, 湿地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 湿地, 泥塘, 沼泽…
in Indonesian lumpur…
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