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mug

US [mʌɡ]
UK [mʌɡ]
  • n.指圆筒形;啤酒杯;〈非正式〉傻瓜;〈非正式〉脸
  • v.抢劫;做鬼脸
  • Web马克杯;音乐游戏(Music Game);杯子
Plural Form:mugs  Past Tense:mugged  Present Participle:mugging  
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n.
1.
(不用茶碟的有柄的)大杯,缸子,马克杯a tall cup for drinking from, usually with straight sides and a handle, used without a saucer
a coffee mug
咖啡缸子
a beer mug(= a large glass with a handle)
大啤酒杯
2.
一缸子(的量)a mug and what it contains
a mug of coffee
一大杯咖啡
3.
(人的)脸a person's face
I never want to see his ugly mug again.
我再也不想看到他那张丑恶的面孔。
4.
(informal)
傻瓜;笨蛋a person who is stupid and easy to trick
They made me look a complete mug.
他们弄得我像个十足的傻瓜。
He's no mug.
他可不傻。
IDM
a mugs game
徒劳无功的事;不易成功的事;不易获利的事an activity that is unlikely to be successful or make a profit
v.
1.
[t]
~ sb
(公然)行凶抢劫,打劫to attack sb violently in order to steal their money, especially in a public place
She had been mugged in the street in broad daylight.
光天化日之下,她在街上遭到抢劫。
2.
[i]
(informal)
~ (for sb/sth)
(尤指在舞台上或摄影机前)扮鬼脸,扮怪相to make silly expressions with your face or behave in a silly, exaggerated way, especially on the stage or before a camera
to mug for the cameras
在摄影机前扮怪相

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