- something disgusting or offensive, especially filth or muck.
- to make dirty (often followed by up).
- to spoil, ruin, or destroy (often followed by up).
- to make incremental changes to (a file, system, etc.), eventually ruining or destroying the original.
- to modify (an email address) in an easily reversible way, to avoid spam.
Origin of mung
First recorded in 1945–50; of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for mung
Example: “The first, a dark inside room that, even from the outside, smelled like mung beer, Axe body spray, and sweat.”Snooki Dictionary for Her Book, A Shore Thing
January 4, 2011
Then look East for mung bean sprouts, which contain Vitamins A, B, C, and E in addition to calcium, iron, and potassium.
Ideal Meal: Mung bean sprouts as a snack or added to salad, plus oranges and bananas and long sips of herbal tea.
Soy-Bean and Mung Bean Sprouts Seasoned with Sesame Oil by Madhur Jaffrey This is sesame noodles without the noodles.
Mung bean sprouts are light and crunchy, and with a drizzle of soy sauce and sesame oil, this salad is crisp and refreshing.
Felix recognized Li, son of Mung, son of Tseu, the literate mandarin of the 114th class.
In the hot weather, however, I prefer to use either the “mote” or “mung” to linseed.Notes on Stable Management in India and the Colonies
Joshua A. Nunn
The shoots mixed with grains of mung, corn, and rice are given for teething or measles.
Ispúku muy (mung) mupalit ug kadilak nga way muinstulmin, Imagine!
Nindut munggusan ang bulad bulinaw, Dried anchovies goes well if cooked with mung beans.
- computing slang to process (computer data)
C20: m (ash) u (ntil) n (o) g (ood)
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