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bog

  
a       n  
1    (=swamp)   pantano    m  , ciénaga    f  
2      (Brit)  
**   (=toilet)   retrete    m  , meadero **      m  
b       cpd  
  bog paper  
**      n     (Brit)   papel    m   de wáter  
  bog roll  
**      n     (Brit)   rollo    m   de papel de wáter  


bog down      vt + adv  
to get bogged down (in)      quedar atascado (en), hundirse (en)     (fig)   empantanarse or atrancarse (en)  
bog-standard   *      adj     (Brit)   normalito *  , común y corriente
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
bog v.
defecar
[Vulg.];[Slang]

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the urinal, commonly {o} popularly known as the "bog"
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"bog": examples and translations in context
You bog trotters are all mad. Trotando en el pantano están todos locos.
I warrant there's a nasty bog nearby. Juraría que hay un pantano repugnante cerca.
Meanwhile, the project continues to sink into the bureaucratic bog. Mientras tanto, el proyecto sigue hundiéndose en la ciénaga burocrática.
It's here that my daughter keeps her dark and depthless bog. Es aquí que mi hija tiene su oscura y profunda ciénaga.
There's a note in the bog. Hay una nota en el baño.
I taught him all about the bog and the woods. Yo le enseñé todo sobre el pantano y los bosques.
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