Chug definitions

chŭg
A dull explosive sound, usually short and repeated, made by or as if by a laboring engine.
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To make dull explosive sounds.
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To move or travel while making dull explosive sounds.
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To chugalug.
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Any of a series of abrupt, puffing or explosive sounds, as of a steam-powered locomotive.
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To make, or move with, such sounds.
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A dull, fairly quick explosive or percussive sound, as if made by a labouring engine.
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A large gulp of drink.

He drank his beer in three chugs.

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A homemade Cuban boat, built to carry emigrants to the USA, and often abandoned upon arrival.
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(intransitive) To make dull explosive sounds.
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(intransitive) To move or travel whilst making such sounds.

We were chugging along a back road when the engine cut out.

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(slang) To drink a large amount (especially of beer) in a single action; to chugalug.

I can't believe he chugged three beers.

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A dog; a cross between a pug and a chihuahua.
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(British slang, derogatory) To solicit charitable donations on the street, particularly in a persistent manner.

I got chugged in the town centre today.

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(pejorative, ethnic slur) A person of Native American descent.
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Origin of chug