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mug1 US English

A large cup, typically cylindrical and with a handle and used without a saucer

mug2 US English

Learn or review a subject as much as possible in a short time; cram

tooth mug US English

A mug used or designed for use like a toothglass

mug shot US English

A photograph of a person’s face made for an official purpose, especially police records

a mug's game US English

An activity in which it is foolish to engage because it is likely to be unsuccessful or dangerous

a mug's game in mug1 US English

An activity in which it is foolish to engage because it is likely to be unsuccessful or dangerous

mug US Thesaurus

a china mug

mug English-Spanish

taza feminine, alta y sin platillo, tarro masculineMexico/MéxicoVenezuela

mug up English-Spanish

darle* duro a, empollar Spain/Españacolloquial/familiar, tragar* River Plate area/Río de la Platacolloquial/familiar, matarse en, matearse, empacarse*, puñalearse

mug shot English-Spanish

foto femininede archivo policial

mug up English-Spanish

darle* duro a, empollar Spain/Españacolloquial/familiar, tragar* River Plate area/Río de la Platacolloquial/familiar, matarse en, matearse, empacarse*, puñalearse

to mug up on sth English-Spanish

darle* duro a