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mug 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/məg/,
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mugs, plural;
  1. Learn or review a subject as much as possible in a short time; cram
    • - I'm constantly having to mug up things ahead of teaching them
    • - we had mugged up on all things Venetian before the start of the course
Noun
  1. A large cup, typically cylindrical and with a handle and used without a saucer

  2. The contents of such a cup
    • - a large mug of tea vanished in a single gulp
  3. A person's face

  4. A hoodlum or thug

  5. A stupid or gullible person


  1. rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence; "I was mugged in the streets of New York last night"
  2. the quantity that can be held in a mug
  3. chump: a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
  4. countenance: the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British)
  5. with handle and usually cylindrical
  6. A mug is a sturdily built type of cup often used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. Mugs, by definition, have handles and often hold a larger amount of fluid than other types of cup. ...
  7. A large cup for hot liquids, usually having a handle and used without a saucer; The face, often used deprecatingly; A gullible or easily-cheated person; To assault for the purpose of robbery; To exaggerate a facial expression for communicative emphasis; to make a face, to pose for ...
  8. (Mugly) is a yellow dinosaur-like monster who is the boss of Donkey Kong Island's Jungle area in Donkey Kong Country Returns. It was controlled by Kalimba to fight Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong.
  9. (Mugs) Guys (esp. dumb) (Knockover, 401; Key, 87; Art, 92)
  10. (Mugs) Men (esp. dumb ones)
  11. (Mugs) common name for a bumpkin. (King Henry IV, Part 1)
  12. (mugs) Made from thick glass or ceramic; used to serve hot drinks like coffee, tea, and cocoa.
  13. (mugs) hoodlums; thugs; criminals.
  14. A lidless, handled container of various forms and standard capacities.  Frequently used in taverns to serve beer, ale, or spirits.  Mugs are usually wider at the bottom than at the top.  Silver mugs are often called "Canns".
  15. informal for "the human face" (as in mug shot); also used for a thug, or hoodlum [Benny (in title song): I, v]
  16. A fool, one easily duped.
  17. Multi User Game, any online game where there are two more players at the same time.
  18. actually means micrograms, and should be shown as µgm or mcg
  19. An abbreviation of "My Undergraduate Group." A MUG consists of one MUG Leader and approximately ten first-year students in the same faculty.
  20. a cup, usually cylindrical, with a handle; a lidded mug is a mug with a set-on lid (not hinged), often used in spas for mineral water; contrast with beaker and stein.
  21. The campus bar and dance club located in the College Center.
  22. A mug is a handled drinking vessel which does not have a lid. Many mugs, but not all, can be called unlidded steins, if they were supposed to have a lid.
  23. field cup used to heat food and drink; also a gullible person, offered as a friendly insult (e.g. Have a go your mug!)
  24. Stands for Men's Unbifurcated Garment. Any garment that covers the lower body where the legs are not divided by bifurcation.
  25. The difference between a cup and a mug could be described at length in terms of capacity, shape or proportion, leaving much room for exceptions to the rule.  The most unambiguous characteristic of a mug is that it is used without a saucer.  If no saucer was provided, then it's a mug.