1. a large bottle with a narrow mouth
2. the quantity contained in a jug
1. lock up or confine, in or as in a jail;
2. stew in an earthenware jug;
He picked up the jug and headed toward her house.
All he wanted was a jug of beer.
Give me a jug, please.
The hoodlum is still in jug.
He placed the wine cup and jug beside the bed.
This jug must have a crack somewhere because it doesn't retain water.
A thermos jug was useful for carrying off spare liquids.
I was holding a jug while Annie pumped.
Car il est puissant , le Seigneur Dieu qui l'a jug é e.
He let the jug fall on the floor, and it broke in pieces.
Though he sampled the jug you could see he couldn't taste it.
Put the teapot beside the milk jug.
When I tried to lift the jug, the handle came off.
He walked along with a water jug poised on his head.
She filled the jug with fresh water.
A jug usually has a spout or a narrow neck, and a handle.
A plastic milk jug takes 1 million years to decompose.
It happened at the well where I was holding a jug while Annie pumped.
And my jug without a handle!
Look at the water jug in the picture.
He walked along with a jug poised on his head.
The liquid in the jug is cabbage water indicator.
We keep the dinner set, the coffee set and the milk jug inside the sideboard.
I bought that jug as part of a job lot at the church jumble sale.
The original Newell image contains a milk jug, but that data isn't in the funet archive.
She always used to decant the milk into a jug.
After looking at the jug, Faulkner concurred that it was late Roman, third or fourth century.
She found a pretty yellow jug smashed to bits.
There is relatively little information about jug, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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