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Noun(1) the quantity that can be held in a mug(2) a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of(3) the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British(4) with handle and usually cylindrical
Verb(1) rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence
(1) a large mug of tea vanished in a single gulp(2) Taking a long draught from his mug of ale, Colonel Paccar leaned back in his chair, and let his gaze wander over his four charges.(3) I dumped the rest of the mug in the sink and rinsed it out.(4) Yesterday, we met up with my family to go around the house that we are purchasing, enjoying a mug of tea with the couple that are selling to us.(5) A mug of tea (the tea bag was still in) at Ôö¼├║1.20 and a jug of fresh milk retrieved from an adjoining table rounded off my snack.(6) I drank a mug of tea(7) Time marches on, and nowadays I'm content with a mug of good hot coffee, and grateful for it.(8) Anyway, Mula had a dilemma because her boyfriend Kwang-Li was at a nearby cafÔö£┬« enjoying a fresh mug of bubble tea with mastodon jelly.(9) "Thanks," I replied as he placed a steaming mug of black coffee in front of me.(10) I don't want to see Barry's ugly mug when I get home(11) It is kinda funny right now, as my ugly mug does adorn one page of a popular calendar.(12) What matters in America, is how well you stick your ugly mug on the television 24 hours a day.(13) Detectives say a number of thieves have tried - unsuccessfully - to mug undercover officers.(14) Even including off-the-track excursions we were usually at our destination, happily sipping a huge mug of beer in the square, by late afternoon.(15) Stalin's grave is also nearby - a featureless slab of gray marble, with a bust of his ugly mug stuck on top.(16) Then she hands us each a plastic travel mug full of coffee.
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Different Formsmug, mugful, mugfuls, mugs
English to Welsh Dictionary: mug
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