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Anyone would have done it, anyone who wasn`t a mucker, I mean. The mucker in the mine must belong to the same union as the man operating the drill. Thank you, not always – I`ve been a bastard more than once in my life! This page shows all the information we have for one word. Each word can have multiple definitions, and all definitions are displayed in order. Each definition contains the following information (if applicable): “I must have been a terrible mucker,” Gerda whispered after a pause. His voice had a hint of bitterness; She didn`t like coming as a mucker, and she hadn`t been told she couldn`t take the exams. Join our community to access the latest language learning and assessment tips from Oxford University Press! The network diagram shows how the current word relates to other content. For example, all words, sources, and associated locations of the word associated with the word are displayed (large circle in the middle). This allows you to find related words and records based on how they are used together. Click on one of the circles to view more information on this topic.

Find the answers online with Practical English Usage, your go-to guide to problems in English. 1) A term of use and an epithet found in the archives of Bolton Priory; Probably a servant who was responsible for the maintenance of dirt or manure produced on site. Find out which words work together and produce more natural English with the Oxford Collocations Dictionary app. 1304-5 xvj bovariorum, unius moker, tribe apud grang, iiij apud Angrum.