Definición de mullock en inglés:
sustantivo[mass noun] dialect
1.1Australian /NZ Rock which contains no gold or from which gold has been extracted.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- Rem and I had been exploring this beach and the one south, all the while observing a great many wondrous things, including holes and mullock heaps left by historical gold miners.
- On the surface the miners' labours are marked by constructed mountains of mullock; hillsides stripped bare of trees for props and fuel; and streams diverted and often polluted by the wastes from sedimentation and flotation processing.
- During the years of the gold rush in Australia the Chinese were well known for industriously working their way through the mullock heaps (the heaps where the other miners discarded the material they had scoured for gold).
Late Middle English: diminutive of earlier mul 'dust, rubbish', from Middle Dutch.
poke mullock at
- Australian /NZ informal Ridicule (someone).Oraciones de ejemplo
- Some sections of the media may be (in Showas words) ‘needlessly adept at taking pleasure in poking mullock at hapless members of the public’.
- Henrys just poking mullock at the boy, who he remembers blew out fifteen candles the night of the Leigh House Christmas social.
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