There are 2 main translations of mush in Spanish:

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mush 1

American English: /məʃ/
British English: /mʌʃ/

noun

uncountable
  • 1.1 (soft mass)
    pasteta (feminine) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • The chips were fine, but the deep-fried tube of pink mush was not an experience to be quickly repeated.
    • I snapped the hard outer crust and observed a softer kernel consisting of unidentifiable mush with what looked like carrots and bean skins protruding from it.
    • The last of the summer's flowers are mush, all the leaves have fallen off the maple and my chrysanthemums are looking a sorry sight.
    1.2(corn meal) mush (American English)
    (harina de maíz cocida en leche)
    1.3 (sickly sentimentality) [colloquial]the movie is just mush
    la película es de una sensiblería empalagosa
    Example sentences
    • And more importantly, he avoids turning all this into sentimental mush.
    • The cards, covered in pastel colors and sentimental mush, were of the lovey-dovey variety.
    • It's a sticky situation, alright: how do you make a funny, feel-good holiday movie that doesn't fall into the trap of turning into sentimental mush as soon as things start to get good?

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mush 2
American English: /məʃ/
British English: /mʌʃ/

exclamation

  • ¡vamos!

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