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tug

Definitions by Oxford


[tʌɡ], (Verb)

Definitions:
- pull (something) hard or suddenly
(e.g: she tugged off her boots)


Phrases:
- tug of love

Origin:
Middle English: from the base of tow. The noun is first recorded (late Middle English) in tug (sense 3 of the noun)


[tʌɡ], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a hard or sudden pull
(e.g: another tug and it came loose)

- a small, powerful boat used for towing larger boats and ships, especially in harbour.

- a loop from a horse's saddle which supports a shaft or trace.


Phrases:
- tug of love

Origin:







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