There are 2 definitions of muller in English:

muller1

Syllabification: mull·er
Pronunciation: /ˈmələr
 
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noun

A stone or other heavy weight used for grinding artists' pigments or other material on a slab.
More example sentences
  • The pigments used - chrome yellow, red lead, red ocher, and yellow ocher - were ground in linseed oil using a marble muller and stone slab.
  • His supplies included ‘1 paint stone,’ ‘knife and muller,’ ‘1 box and drawers of paints,’ and ‘1 painted cupboard and its contents (oil jugs, paint, & c).
  • For a good even dispersion, use a muller to force the pigment into suspension.

Origin

late Middle English: perhaps from Anglo-Norman French moldre 'to grind'.

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There are 2 definitions of muller in English:

muller2

Line breaks: mul¦ler
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌlə/

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verb

[with object] British informal
1Wreck or destroy (something).
1.1Beat or defeat (an opponent) comprehensively: we absolutely mullered Huddersfield in the second half

Origin

1990s: of unknown origin.

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