TUG

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tug

  1. a sudden abrupt pull
  2. a powerful small boat designed to pull or push larger ships

tug

[n] - a sudden abrupt pull 2. [v] - exert oneself, make an effort to reach a goal 3. [v] - tow (a vessel) with a tug 4. [v] - move by pulling hard 5. [v] - pull or strain hard at 6. [v] - pull hard 7. [v] - struggle in opposition
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Tug

• (v. t.) To pull or draw with great effort; to draw along with continued exertion; to haul along; to tow; as, to tug a loaded cart; to tug a ship into port. • (n.) A trace, or drawing strap, of a harness. • (v. i.) To labor; to strive; to struggle. • (n.) A small, powerful steamboat used to tow vessels; -- called also steam tug...
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tug

noun a sudden abrupt pull
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Tug

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tug

1. A pull with the utmost effort, as in the athletic contest called tug of war; a supreme effort. 'At the tug he falls, Vast ruins come along, rent from the smoking walls.' (Dryden) ... 2. A sort of vehicle, used for conveying timber and heavy articles. ... 3. A small, powerful steamboat used to tow vessels; called also steam tug, tugboat, and towb...
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TUG

A small vessel designed to tow or push large ships or barges. Tugs have powerful diesel engines and are essential for manoeuvring large ships around the port. Pusher tugs are also used to push enormous trains of barges on the rivers and inland waterways of the U.S. Ocean-going salvage tugs provide assistance to ships in distress and engage in such ...
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TUG

A small vessel designed to tow or push large ships or barges. Tugs have powerful diesel engines and are essential to docks and ports to maneuver large ships into their berths. Pusher tugs are also used to push enormous trains of barges on the rivers and inland waterways of the U.S. Oceangoing salvage tugs provide assistance to ships in distress and...
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Tug

A tug is a boat used for towing other ships.
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Tug

nickname for class 60 locomotives
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TUG

TeX Users Group
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Tug

Tug is slang for an act of masturbation.
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tug

Type: Term Pronunciation: tŭg, tŭg′ing Definitions: 1. A pulling or dragging movement or sensation.
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