trug

[ truhg, troog ]
/ trʌg, trʊg /

noun British.

a shallow basket for carrying flowers, vegetables, etc., made from strips of wood.
a shallow wooden milk pan.
a wooden tray for holding mortar.

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Origin of trug

First recorded in 1570–80; origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for trug

trug
/ (trʌɡ) /

noun

British a long shallow basket made of curved strips of wood and used for carrying flowers, fruit, etc

Word Origin for trug

C16: perhaps dialect variant of trough
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