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lughole
Pronunciation: / ˈləɡhoʊl /
British English: /ˈlʌɡhəʊl/
, /ˈlʌɡəʊl/

Translation of lughole in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • No, they don't do Oasis covers - heaven forbid - but the pummelling volume took my lugholes back to that school hall in 1994.
    • Well, it wasn't rock and roll as you would recognise it but there was certainly enough power and decibels to give the lugholes a good stinging.
    • Music that tinkles from the lugholes of passengers either side of you on the Clapham omnibus is not something that will be cherished.

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