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Noun
Plural for a large cup, typically cylindrical with a handle and used without a saucer
“The waitress hustled back nearly out of breath and placed a large white mug on their table.”
Noun
Plural for a person's face
“Stalin's grave is also nearby - a featureless slab of gray marble, with a bust of his ugly mug stuck on top.”
Noun
Plural for a violent, brutal person who is often a member of an organized gang
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“… just a bunch of mugs with no respect for anyone, not even themselves.”
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Plural for the opening through which food passes into the body of an animal
“… keep your mug shut and listen up.”
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(slang) Plural for a gullible or easily-cheated person
“I'm amazed that some gullible mug has paid anything close to that asking price for that shoddy property.”
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(slang) Plural for a stupid or contemptible person
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“Then some mug complains because he was too stupid to read the menu or clearly give instructions to a waiter.”
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Plural for photo of suspect's head
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Plural for a large bottle for drinks such as wine or cider
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Plural for a person who has committed a crime
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Plural for the upper or front part of the body that contains the brain, the major sense organs, and the mouth
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Plural for a rounded or cylindrical container, typically of metal, used for cooking
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Plural for a shallow, flat-bottomed container for cooking or serving food
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Plural for the natural colour, texture, and appearance of a person's skin, especially of the face
Verb
To attack and rob (someone) in a public place
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“If you mug an old lady you should get 20 years -- end of story.”
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To distort one's face
“Every time their picture was snapped, both children mugged by sticking out their tongues or scrunching up their faces.”
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To take a photograph of
“… mugging captured criminals for the police records.”
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Be dramatic
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Knocks to the ground
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To perform a fictitious role
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To spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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To lie in wait for and attack by surprise
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To steal
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To strike repeatedly
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Touch or stroke gently or lovingly
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To physically attack
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