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

Translation of muck in German:

noun

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

transitive verb

Phrasal verbs

muck about

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

muck in

intransitive verb
[colloquial]
mit zugreifen od. mit anpacken
with bei

muck out

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

muck up

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

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