Definitions for MUGmʌg
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the quantity that can be held in a mug
chump, fool, gull, mark, patsy, fall guy, sucker, soft touch, mug(noun)
a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
countenance, physiognomy, phiz, visage, kisser, smiler, mug(noun)
the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British)
with handle and usually cylindrical
rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence
"I was mugged in the streets of New York last night"
To take property from (a person) in a public place by threatening or committing violence on the person who is robbed; to rob, especially to rob by use of a weapon such as a knife or gun. To rob a person or a business indoors is not usually referred to as to mug, but to stick up or hold up.
A large cup for hot liquids, usually having a handle and used without a saucer.
The face, often used deprecatingly.
What an ugly mug.
A gullible, ignorant or easily-cheated person.
Heu2019s a gullible mug - he believed her again.
To assault for the purpose of robbery.
To exaggerate a facial expression for communicative emphasis; to make a face, to pose for photographs in an exaggerated or affected manner.
a kind of earthen or metal drinking cup, with a handle, -- usually cylindrical and without a lip
the face or mouth
Origin: [Cf. Ir. mugam a mug, mucog a cup.]
A mug is a sturdily built type of cup often used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. Mugs often have handles and hold a larger amount of fluid than other types of cup. Usually a mug holds approximately 12 fluid ounces of liquid; double a tea cup. A mug is a less formal style of drink container and is not usually used in formal place settings, where a teacup or coffee cup is preferred. Shaving mugs can be used to assist in wet shaving. Ancient mugs were usually carved in wood or bone or shaped of clay, but most modern ones are made of ceramic materials such as earthenware, bone china, porcelain or stoneware. Some are made from strengthened glass, such as Pyrex. Other materials, including plastic, steel and enameled metal are preferred where break resistance and reduced weight are at a premium, such as for campers. Techniques such as silk screen printing or decals are used to apply decorations; these are fired onto the mug to ensure permanence.
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- мутра, чашаBulgarian
- tassaCatalan, Valencian
- hrnek, ksichtCzech
- mwgaid, mẁgWelsh
- krus, fjæs, tosse, fæDanish
- Becher, Idiot, Gesicht, ausrauben, VisageGerman
- ληστεύω, μούτρο, κύπελλο, κορόιδο, κούπαGreek
- taza, idiota, tonto del culo, atracar, jeta, jarroSpanish
- ryöstää, pärstä, mukiFinnish
- gron, krússFaroese
- trogne, chope, agresser, gueule, mug, pigeon, poire, faire des simagrées, tronche, gogo, couillonFrench
- antlit, mok, beker, idioat, ezelWestern Frisian
- bögre, balek, palimadárHungarian
- boccale, babbeo, gonzo, idiota, muso, gotto, credulone, borseggiare, scippareItalian
- かお, ジョッキ, マグカップJapanese
- გულუბრყვილო, სიფათი, თასიGeorgian
- taurė, kaušasLithuanian
- сэнжтэй аягаMongolian
- beroven, overvallen, smoelwerk, mok, beker, idioot, achterlijke, goedgelovigeDutch
- kubek, frajer, morda, gębaPolish
- trouxa, caneca, assaltar, caraPortuguese
- фраер, рыло, лох, морда, рожа, кружка, харя, мурлоRussian
- ksicht, hrnček, teliatko, naivkaSlovak
- dumbom, tryne, mugg, rånaSwedish
- кухоль, гурткаUkrainian
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