A person who is not conversant with a particular activity or skill: she’s a muggle: no IT background, understanding, or aptitude at all
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- This is absolutely typical of the tourist authorities, who are behaving like a bunch of muggles.
- A neat spin on the driving test we muggles take as we ‘come of age’.
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