- nugget (n.)
- 1852, "lump of gold," probably from southwestern England dialectal nug "lump," of unknown origin [OED]. Another theory is that it is from a misdivision of an ingot. Transferred sense is from 1859.
- 1. a useful nugget of information
- 2. He had felt on the telephone that Jordan had a little nugget of information tucked away somewhere.
- 3. The terrorists out there use every nugget of information to help develop their master plan.
- 4. Yes. Can I have a BigMac Combo and a twenty - piece chicken nugget?
- 5. On the right side of axillary appeared what disease is a nugget?
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