minging


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minging

(ˈmɪŋɪŋ)
adj
1. ugly, disgusting, or malodorous
2. extremely poor in quality
[C20: originally Scottish, of obscure origin]
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minging

[ˈmɪŋɪŋ] adj (= foul) → gerbant(e)
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minging

adj (Brit sl: = disgusting) → eklig, asslig (sl)
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A CHINESE cup that university staff thought was a bit minging turned out to be Ming - and fetched PS3.6million at auction.