Jug (noun)

  1. A large container, typically made of glass or earthenware, with a narrow neck and wide base, used for holding liquids.
  2. A large container, typically of metal, used for holding liquids and fitted with a handle and spout for pouring.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french juge, from latin jugum "yoke".

Examples:

  1. She filled a jug with water from the tap.
  2. The pitcher filled a jug with iced tea.
  3. She put some fresh flowers in a jug on the table.
  4. He poured the milk from the jug into a bowl.
  5. The jug was decorated with colourful patterns.
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