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Phrasal Verbs

This webpage is about the phrasal verb muck all-around

British and Australian English Casual


to waste time when you could be doing a little something valuable


mess about, idiot close to

For illustration

  • muck all around The manager read us laughing so he arrived in and advised us to prevent mucking all over and do some do the job.
  • muck all around We did not do much about the vacations. We just mucked all around at household most days.

Notice: “muck about” has the exact indicating and can be used in the identical way

Wide range

This is ordinarily used in British and Australian English but may perhaps be utilised in other types of English too.

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