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  1. mud

    • IPA[məd]

    美式

    • n.
      soft, sticky matter resulting from the mixing of earth and water;information or allegations regarded as damaging, typically concerned with corruption
    • noun: mud

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    • 1. soft, sticky matter resulting from the mixing of earth and water ankle deep in mud, we squelched across a meadow mud huts
    • 2. information or allegations regarded as damaging, typically concerned with corruption they are trying to sling mud at me to cover up their defeat
    • n.
      a bath in the mud of mineral springs, taken especially for therapeutic purposes, such as to ...

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    • n.
      a mass of mud or wet earth formed into the shape of a pie by a child.

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    • n.
      a mass of mud or wet earth formed into the shape of a pie by a child.

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    • n.
      the use of insults and accusations, especially unjust ones, with the aim of damaging the ... politicians seem to rely on mud-slinging instead of argument

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    • v.
      make malicious or scandalous allegations about an opponent with the aim of damaging their ... it's difficult to see how any parliamentary opposition would voluntarily give up the opportunity to smear and mud-sling

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    • adj.
      of a dull brown colour like that of mud: all the mud-coloured fish in our small pond were dead

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    • IPA[mʌd]

    英式

    • n.
      soft, sticky matter resulting from the mixing of earth and water: ankle deep in mud, we squelched across a meadow mud huts

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    • IPA[məd]

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    • n.
      a computer-based text or virtual reality game which several players play at the same time, ...

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    • IPA[mʌd]

    英式

    • n.
      a computer-based text or virtual reality game which several players play at the same time, ...

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