mudnoun [ U ]uk /mʌd/ us /mʌd/
Modern houses have replaced the one-room mud huts with grass roofs that had been home to generations of peasants.
- He got out of the car and squelched through the mud to open the gate.
- Police found tyre tracks in the mud.
- Two bikes raced by and spattered mud over our clothes.
- My trousers got covered in mud, but luckily I was able to brush them clean.
- My car's stuck in the mud - it won't shift.