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trub

 (tro͞ob, tro͞op)
n.
The sediment remaining at the bottom of a fermented wort in brewing.

[German; akin to trübe, murky, cloudy, from Middle High German truebe, from Old High German truobi; probably akin to Middle English draf, Danish drav, and Swedish draf, dregs, trub.]
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