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  1. muck

    • IPA[mək]

    美式

    • n.
      dirt, rubbish, or waste matter;farmyard manure, widely used as fertilizer
    • v.
      spread manure on (land)
    • noun: muck

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    • 1. spread manure on (land) half the farm is mucked every year
    • ph.
      behave in a silly or aimless way, especially by wasting time when serious activity is expected

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      behave in a silly or aimless way

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    • ph.
      do something badly or ineptly; mishandle something

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    • ph.
      do something badly or ineptly; mishandle something

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    • ph.
      a haughty or pretentious woman (often as a mocking form of address)

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    • ph.
      share tasks or facilities with other people on an equal basis

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    • n.
      something done badly or ineptly: the first procedure was a total muck-up

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    • n.
      a machine used to spread manure on fields.

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    • IPA[mʌk]

    英式

    • n.
      dirt, rubbish, or waste matter: I'll just clean the muck off the windscreen
    • v.
      spread manure on (land): half the farm is mucked every year

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