There are 2 main translations of mull in Spanish:

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mull 1

Pronunciation: / mʌl /American English: /məl/
British English: /mʌl/

transitive verb

  • (American English) mull over
    Example sentences
    • That evening, in Downings, the team mulled things over, and finally Dan came up with a suggestion.
    • Well, I sat through this entire trial except for a few weeks, and I think that the jury did an excellent job of evaluating the case and mulling it over.
    • Autumn, with its cool evenings and time to sit with feet propped on a trusty hamper, is an excellent time to mull ideas and review notes.

Phrasal verbs

mull over

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
(events/issue)
reflexionar or meditar sobre
you have the weekend to mull it over
tienes el fin de semana para pensártelo

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There are 2 main translations of mull in Spanish:

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mull 2
American English: /məl/
British English: /mʌl/

transitive verb

  • (Cookery)
    (wine/cider)
    calentar con azúcar y especias
    mulled wine
    (ponche caliente de vino y especias)
    Example sentences
    • We drank some beer, mulled some wine, ate some mince pies, and managed to repair several cigarettes.
    • Eight people are huddled around the stove, drinking freshly mulled wine to keep out the chill.
    • Saturday 20th December: I will be watching The Muppets' Christmas Carol and drinking mulled wine. It'll be all festive and everything.

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