Learn how to say Muck correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word muck:
dirt, rubbish, or waste matter:
I’ll just clean the muck off the windscreen
farmyard manure, widely used as fertilizer:
he was covered in cow muck and mud
informal something regarded as distasteful, unpleasant, or of poor quality:
why do you let her read this muck?
1 (muck something out) chiefly British remove manure and other dirt from a horse’s stable or other animal’s dwelling:
I was mucking out some of the dirtiest piggeries I had ever seen
2 dialect spread manure on (land):
half the farm is mucked every year
as common as muck
British informal of low social status.
make a muck of
British informal handle (something) incompetently:
the taxi driver made a muck of it and took me to the wrong place
where there’s muck there’s brass
British proverb dirty or unpleasant activities are also lucrative.
British informal behave in a silly or aimless way:
we just muck around in training and have a laugh
muck about/around with
tinker with (something), typically so as to damage or spoil it:
have you been mucking about with the aerial?
muck someone about/around
treat someone inconsiderately, typically by disrupting their plans:
what the management has to learn is that we can’t be mucked about
British informal share tasks or accommodation without expecting a privileged position:
she really enjoys mucking in with the lads
muck something up
informal do something badly or ineptly; mishandle something:
she had mucked up her first few weeks at college
Middle English muk, probably of Scandinavian origin: compare with Old Norse myki ‘dung’, from a Germanic base meaning ‘soft’, shared by meek