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3 ENTRIES FOUND:

keg

noun \ˈkeg, dial ˈkag, ˈkāg\

: a barrel for holding or serving something (such as beer)

: the amount of something contained in a keg

Full Definition of KEG

1
:  a small cask or barrel having a capacity of 30 gallons or less
2
:  the contents of a keg

Examples of KEG

  1. They drank an entire keg of beer.

Origin of KEG

Middle English kag, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse kaggi keg
First Known Use: circa 1632

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