jug

jug
I [dʒʌg]
nome
1) BE (glass) boccale m., caraffa f.; (earthenware) brocca f., giara f.; (for cream, milk) bricco m.

water jug — brocca o caraffa per l'acqua

2) AE (earthenware) giara f., bricco m.
II [dʒʌg]
verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. -gg-) gastr. cuocere in salmì

jugged hare — lepre in salmì

* * *
noun
(a deep container for liquids, usually with a handle and a shaped lip for pouring: a milk-jug.) brocca, caraffa
* * *
jug (1) /dʒʌg/
n.
1 (GB) brocca; caraffa; bricco
2 (USA) giara; orcio
3 (slang) prigione; galera; gattabuia (pop.)
4 (slang) banca
5 (slang) cassaforte
6 (al pl.) (slang USA) tette
● (GB) jug kettle, bollitore elettrico (a forma di caraffa) □ (slang) jug wine, vino da pasto □ to hit the jug, mettersi a bere
jugful
n.
(quanto sta in una) brocca (o caraffa, ecc.).
jug (2) /dʒʌg/
n.
gorgheggio (dell'usignolo).
(to) jug (1) /dʒʌg/
v. t.
1 (cucina) cuocere (lepre, coniglio) in salmì: jugged hare, lepre in salmì
2 (slang) mandare in galera; mettere in gattabuia (pop.).
(to) jug (2) /dʒʌg/
v. i.
(dell'usignolo) gorgheggiare.
* * *
I [dʒʌg]
nome
1) BE (glass) boccale m., caraffa f.; (earthenware) brocca f., giara f.; (for cream, milk) bricco m.

water jug — brocca o caraffa per l'acqua

2) AE (earthenware) giara f., bricco m.
II [dʒʌg]
verbo transitivo (forma in -ing ecc. -gg-) gastr. cuocere in salmì

jugged hare — lepre in salmì


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