Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mug"

The meaning of "Mug" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Now she walk past me with a mug, she keep calling me a dub mean?
A: Now she is walking past me with a mug, she keeps calling me a dub.
A 'dub' is a person who doesn’t want to give any of their time to you or even acknowledge that your there.

A 'mug' is a word that can replace any adjective, good or bad. It stands for everything and nothing at the same time.
Q: What does choke in “Hagrid choked in his mug and dropped his steak at the same time” mean?
A: Like when you’re drinking water, and your friend tells you something so unexpected and surprising that you get startled and the water gets stuck in your throat, as if you were “choking”. This is used a lot when people are eating/drinking and somebody says something funny or surprising and they “choked”. In this case, somebody startled Hagrid and he choked on his drink while his mug was raised to his mouth.
I hope you understand now! This was hard to explain😝and also, I love Harry Potter😊
Q: What does mug mean?
A: but as a verb it means to attack and to rob
Q: What does to mug mean?
A: to mug someone means stealing from them in a public area. (normally by using a threat of violence)
Q: What does it is definitely not my mug of eggnog. mean?
A: There's a saying "that's not my cup of tea" to refer to something you aren't interested in. Sports aren't my cup of tea, I prefer learning languages.

This sounds like a variation on that saying someone used for Christmas. A mug of egg nog is a traditional Christmas drink made of milk, egg, spices, and sometimes liquor.

Example sentences using "Mug"

Q: Please show me example sentences with mug.
A: There are multiple ways of using this word so I’m not quite sure in what context you’re looking for.

Used as a cup you would say something like: She enjoys drinking coffee from her favorite “mug” every morning.

Used as someone’s face (not very common): He’s got an ugly “mug”. His “mug” is very distinct.

As an action: He got “mugged” this morning and they took his valuables.

I hope this helps. :) Sorry if I just confused you more.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mug.
A: “I have a brand new coffee mug.”
“I just broke my mug”
Q: Please show me example sentences with mug (slang(?).
A: that's good one 👍
Q: Please show me example sentences with mug.
A: "A girl was mugged at knifepoint on North Street last night. The muggers took her phone and handbag. She is reported to be unhurt but shaken."
"My friend is in hospital, he was mugged last night."
"Don't go into that neighbourhood at night, you'll get mugged!"

Mugging is stealing by use of violence or violent threats.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mug.
A: As a verb it can mean both to rob or assault someone or an exagerrated facial expression.
I go mugged last night. There was a mugging in the park yesterday.

He was mugging for the camera. I, also, read that it can mean staring at someone aggressively. I've never heard it used this but maybe someone has.

Synonyms of "Mug" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have no mug and I don' t have a mug ?
A: "I have no mug" is informal and it means you dont have any mug, not even at home.
"I don't have a mug" is formal and it means you don't have a mug right now
Q: What is the difference between fill up my mug of tea and fill my mug of tea ?
A: Fill up– to make full. to become full.
It’s just how native speakers talk I guess there’s no such a difference
Q: What is the difference between mug and cup ?
A: cup of coffee. whenever you say stuff like that you always say cup, it’s more natural like that.
Q: What is the difference between mug and cup
cup ?
A: Mug is often used for hot drinks. It will have a handle. A cup is mainly used for cold drinks and it most likely won’t have a handle. However we often say “coffee cup” or “tea cup” rather than mug even tho they are hot drinks.

Example: please pass me the coffee mug.

Can I have a cup of water?

Is there a coffee cup I can use?
Q: What is the difference between mug and assault ?
A: A mugging involves stealing an object. Assault only refers to the action of attacking someone/something with the intention of harming them. It can be physically or verbally.

Translations of "Mug"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 시험 전에 벼락치기하다
as i know, to mug up is that kind of expression. could you tell me more expressions? thank you in advance. :—)
A: I have to cram for a test.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? mug / cup ?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? mug par varosa karo mei yaisa adme nai hu....
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is written on this mug? 😅
A: 距离=distance, 并不可怕= not scary ; 可怕的是= what the scariest is , 心越来越远=heart became further and further

Other questions about "Mug"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce mug.
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Q: Which of these are the correct:
1. I'm holding this mug in my hands
2. I'm holding this mug with my hands
A: Both are correct, but 1 sounds more natural for mug for causal conversation, unless you are trying to distinguish that your hands are doing the job instead of something else. In that case then 2 would be the most natural.

Example: I am holding the hot mug with my bare hands.

This would be more natural because there is more attention or emphasis given to your hands.
Q: We serve it in mugs when you eat it inside the store. Does this sound natural?
A: you can shorten the second part to “We serve it in mugs when you eat inside the store” ...”eat” is fine if it is a food. if it is a drink say “when you drink it in the store.” instead.
Q: What does "mug" mean? It's a cup or a face of dog? Google translate is weird
A: Mug means a large cup, usually one that people drink coffee or tea from.

But mug can also be used in slang, to mean someone’s face.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce 'mug' and 'cup' (what is the difference between?).
A: a mug is generally bigger in size and can be bought seperately and does not require a saucer also it is preferred for drinking milk, coffee or water, however a cup is smaller in size and requires a saucer and is generally bought in pair or a complete set and is used to drink tea.

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