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  • noun
    [noncount] informal
    wet dirt or mud
    Clean that muck off your shoes.
    chiefly Brit :solid waste from farm animals :manure
    informal :something that is disgusting
    How can they expect us to eat this muck? [=garbagejunk]
    make a muck of something
    Brit informal :to do something badly or with many mistakes
    He's made a muck of things.
    mucks; mucked; mucking
    muck about/around
    [phrasal verb] Brit informal
    to spend time doing things that are not useful or serious :to waste time
    muck about/around with (something) :to use or do (something) in a way that is not very serious
    muck (someone) about/around :to be unfair or dishonest with (someone) :to lie to or cheat (someone)
    muck in
    [phrasal verb] Brit informal :to help out especially by doing work
    muck in [=pitch inwith the hard work
    muck out
    [phrasal verb]
    muck (something) out or muck out (something) informal :to clean (the place where a farm animal lives) :to remove animal waste and dirty hay, sawdust, etc., from (a place, such as a barn)
    We went to the barn to muck out [=clean outthe stalls.
    muck up
    [phrasal verb]
    muck (something) up or muck up (something) chiefly Brit informal
    to make (something) dirty
    to spoil or ruin (something) :to make mistakes in doing or making (something)

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