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grub British & World English

The larva of an insect, especially a beetle

grub screw British & World English

A small headless screw, used typically to attach a handle or cam to a spindle

Grub Street British & World English

Used in reference to a world or class of impoverished journalists and writers

grub something up/out in grub British & World English

Remove something from the earth by digging it up

witchetty British & World English

A large whitish wood-eating larva of a beetle or moth, eaten by some Aborigines

witchetty grub in witchetty British & World English

A large whitish wood-eating larva of a beetle or moth, eaten by some Aborigines

grub English Thesaurus

the grub becomes a fully grown beetle

grub English-Spanish

larva f

Grub Street English-Spanish

el mundo de los escritores de poca monta

grub out English-Spanish

arrancar* (de raíz)

grub up English-Spanish

sacar*de la tierra

to grub for sth English-Spanish

escarbar en busca de algo

grub's up! in grub English-Spanish

¡el rancho está servido!, ¡a comer!

a Grub Street hack in Grub Street English-Spanish

un escritor de pacotilla