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mucker

(ˈmʌkə)
n
1. (Mining & Quarrying) mining a person who shifts broken rock or waste
2. slang
a. a friend; mate
b. a coarse person
ˈmuckerish adj

muck•er

(ˈmʌk ər)

n.
Slang. a vulgar, ill-bred person.
[1890–95]
Translations

mucker

[ˈmʌkəʳ] Ncompinche m

mucker

n
(Brit inf) → Kumpel m (inf)
(US inf) → ungehobelter Kerl, Bauer m (inf)
(Min: = person who removes muck) → Lader m
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References in classic literature ?
There he lay, a very queer specimen of boyhood, by name Diggs, and familiarly called "the Mucker.
It was horrible Actress Donna Air To have a last hurrah with all the characters, going back to the castle and seeing all the old muckers will be fantastic.
MY old muckers at talkSPORT were forced to apologise to Everton on Thursday over claims made by Joey Barton the previous week.
So it's just as well our old muckers Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, both inset, and Martin Hughes-Games are on hand for this seasonal special.
He might have showbiz pals like Calvin Harris and Rudimental but John Newman will never forget his old muckers in Yorkshire.
Carl said: "Any excuse to come to Scotland is always good and I'm looking forward to playing and drinking with my old muckers Glasvegas.
When packaged with one of the company's transmitters, it provides a total wireless system for operating mining equipment such as continuous miners, locomotives, drills, bolters, long-wall shears, battery haulers, scoops, muckers and load haul dumps.
The pair have been muckers for 10 years since they presented SMTV together (Remember that?
They are braced for trouble between yobs linked to the Inter City Firm gang and Blackpool casuals The Muckers.
We've been muckers now for 35 years and most Sats we'll share a few beers, It's all about gettin' out for Foxy and the Dr.
She returned five months ago to live in Primrose Hill and is now keen to take up with her old muckers.
The muckers include Nathan Walker, a young black man from Georgia, and Con O'Leary, an Irish immigrant, and through them This Side of Brightness compellingly reveals an America that took in different peoples, yet didn't necessarily accept them.