Definition of dung in English:

dung

Syllabification: dung
Pronunciation: /dəNG
 
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noun

verb

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  • Drop or spread dung on (a piece of ground).
    More example sentences
    • But avoid dunging ground that you plan to use for carrots and parsnips
    • It is said ‘the earth neither grows old nor wears out if it is fed and dunged’, though getting hold of a good supply of well-rotted muck isn't always easy.

Origin

Old English, of Germanic origin; related to German Dung, Swedish dynga, Icelandic dyngja 'dung, dunghill, heap', and Danish dynge 'heap'.

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