Definition of trug in English:

trug

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Pronunciation: /trʌɡ
 
/
(also trug basket)

noun

British
A shallow oblong basket made of strips of wood, traditionally used for carrying garden flowers and produce.
More example sentences
  • The East Sussex-based company has been selling trugs - rustic carrying baskets made from sweet chestnut and willow - since 1899.
  • However, I always love to receive gardening gadgets; so if your mother is a fanatical gardener you could get her a new trowel, some copper plant labels, a trug to stash cut flowers in, a plant pot or a twine dispenser.
  • Could Jasper Conran compost, trugs and trellises be the next big thing?

Origin

late Middle English (denoting a basin): perhaps a dialect variant of trough.

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