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British English: /mʌk/
American English: /mək/

Translation of muck in German:


  • 2 [colloquial] (anything disgusting)
    Dreck, der
    Brühe, die
    [colloquial] [derogatory]
    covered in muck
  • 3 [colloquial] (defamatory remarks, nonsense)
    Mist, der
    Dreck, der

transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

muck about

muck around (British English) [colloquial]
intransitive verb 1
with an + Dat.
transitive verb 1
herumstreifen od. umherstreifen in
+ Dat. [colloquial] (Stadt, Straße)
2muck somebody about or around
jemanden verarschen
the bank really mucked us about
es war ein ewiges Hin und Her mit der Bank

muck in

intransitive verb
mit zugreifen od. mit anpacken
with bei

muck out

transitive verb
[figurative] (Haus, Garage, Zimmer)

muck up

transitive verb 1 (British English) [colloquial]
(bungle) [colloquial]
muck it up
2 (make dirty)
3 [colloquial]
(spoil) [colloquial] muck-up

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