lug Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"lug" in British English

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lugverb [T usually + adv/prep]

uk   us   /lʌɡ/ (-gg-) informal
to ​carry or ​pull something with ​effort or ​difficulty because it is ​heavy: I'm ​exhausted after lugging these ​suitcases all the way ​across the ​city. I don't ​want to lug these ​shoppingbags around with me all ​day.

lugnoun [C]

uk   us   /lʌɡ/ informal

lug noun [C] (EAR)

UK a lughole (= ​ear)

lug noun [C] (PERSON)

US an ​awkward or ​stupid man US a way of ​talking to a man you like: Come over here and give me a ​kiss, you big lug.
(Definition of lug from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"lug" in American English

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lugverb [T]

 us   /lʌɡ/ (-gg-)
to ​carry or ​pull something ​heavy with much ​effort: I lugged my ​suitcase to the ​check-incounter.
(Definition of lug from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lug”
in Spanish arrastrar…
in Vietnamese kéo lê…
in Malaysian mengheret…
in Thai ลาก…
in French traîner…
in German zerren…
in Chinese (Simplified) (费力地)拖,拉,拽…
in Turkish sürüklemek, güçlükle taşımak…
in Russian таскать, волочить…
in Indonesian menyeret…
in Chinese (Traditional) (費力地)拖,拉,拽…
in Polish tachać, taszczyć…
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