English version

dung

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdungdung /dʌŋ/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 HBAsolid waste from animals, especially cows
Examples from the Corpus
dung• Everywhere there is litter and animal dung.• At least country bods use pick-ups to carry dung and move sheep.• The dropped dung of the horses smoked in the road.• Magnus, I thought, was a spasmo, spotty piece of elephant dung.• Throwing money about like dung on a field.• One, two, three, the hurrying mules passed, leaving the smell of dung diffused in the gray air.• It was associated with large waterlogged pits which contained leather offcuts, dung and other organic residues.• Sometimes we dried the dung for fuel, which burned longer and cleaner than wood.
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