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bud·dle (bŭd′l) n.
An inclined trough in which crushed ore is washed with running water to flush away impurities.
[Probably from Low German
buddeln, to agitate.] buddle ( ˈbʌdəl) n
(Mining & Quarrying) a sloping trough in which ore is washed
(Mining & Quarrying) (
tr) to wash (ore) in a buddle
[C16: of unknown origin]
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