muck in

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)
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.
An Ontario Ministry of Labor 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.
While walking up June Road, two police horses were in front of them when one of them made a large deposit of horse muck in the road.
ISLANDERS have reacted with fury over claims that Blackpool is a better place to bring up children than Muck in the Inner Hebrides.
Coventry people are being urged to muck in with a scheme to turn kitchen and garden waste into compost.
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.
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.