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jug
dʒəg
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A large bottle with a narrow mouth.
  2. The quantity contained in a jug.
(动) As a verb
  1. Stew in an earthenware jug.
  2. Lock up or confine, in or as in a jail.
Hyphenationjug
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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水壶shuǐhúkettle; canteen; watering can
监牢jiānláoprison; jail
dùnto stew
关押guānyāto imprison; to lock up (in jail)
细颈瓶xì jǐng píngjug
坛子tánzijug (earthenware with a big belly and a small opening)
guànjug, a pitcher, a jar, a pot
flat-bottom crock (with narrow opening); jug, pitcher, vase, etc.; (Cant.) stool
gǒngearthenware; pottery (bottle; pitcher; jug; vase; crock with a narrow opening)
large earthenware jar with a small mouth and two or four ears; big pot; bottle; pitcher; jug; vase
píng(same as ) bottle; pitcher; jug; vase
chuíbottle; pitcher; jug; vase; an earthen jar with narrow opening
zhāto prick; to run or stick (a needle etc) into; jug (a measure word for liquids such as beer)
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