muck in


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Related to muck in: mud, mire, muck soil

muck in

vb
(intr, adverb) slang Brit to share something, such as duties, work, etc (with other people)
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Translations

w>muck in

vi (Brit inf) → mit anpacken (inf)
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A Ministry of Labour investigation found that there had been a hang-up of wet muck in the ore pass.
David Truscott, 41, was found covered in muck in a field, naked apart from a single sock, by the farmer's horrified 16-year-old son last month.
Stornoway coastguards can reach Muck in 40 minutes and a doctor based on Eigg arrives by speed boat.
For details on the Muck in 4 Life campaign visit www.muckin4life.direct.gov.uk
Nicholls, who also has live chances with Definite Edge in the maiden hurdle at 1.50 and Michael Muck in the novices' chase at 2.20, said: "It will be the first time we've run Piste Aux Etoiles, and wherever he finishes he'll improve for the outing.
The stalls have been set up at the Nuneaton hospital by the George Eliot Diabetes Support Group and Cllr Hancox has been happy to roll up his sleeves and muck in.
ISLANDERS have reacted with fury over claims that Blackpool is a better place to bring up children than Muck in the Inner Hebrides.
Dog owners have a responsibility to dispose of dog muck in a way which minimises health risk.
All was going well until it came to the show's finale - a messy game called Creamy Muck Muck in which the presenters, guests and kids get covered in, well, muck.
Martin Pipe took the training honours as he landed a 143.5-1 double with Majed in the two-mile-six-furlong novice hurdle and Ashley Muck in the two-mile handicap hurdle, writes Colin Russell.