muggins

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muggins

(ˈmʌɡɪnz)
n
1. slang
a. a simpleton; silly person
b. a title used humorously to refer to oneself
2. (Games, other than specified) a variation on the game of dominoes
3. (Card Games) a card game
[C19: probably from the surname Muggins]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.muggins - a person who lacks good judgmentmuggins - a person who lacks good judgment  
ass - a pompous fool
buffoon, clown - a rude or vulgar fool
fucker - a stupid despised man
bozo, cuckoo, fathead, goof, goofball, jackass, twat, zany, goose - a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
meshuggeneh, meshuggener - (Yiddish) a crazy fool
morosoph - a learned fool
putz - (Yiddish) a fool; an idiot
simpleton, simple - a person lacking intelligence or common sense
wally - a silly and inept person; someone who is regarded as stupid
Translations

muggins

[ˈmʌgɪnz] N (Brit) muggins will do itlo haré yo, como un tonto

muggins

[ˈmʌgɪnz] nma pomme
... and muggins does all the work → ... et c'est ma pomme qui fait tout le boulot

muggins

n sing (Brit inf) → Blödmann m (inf); while muggins does all the workund ich bin mal wieder der/die Dumme und kann die ganze Arbeit allein machen (inf); and muggins here forgot …und ich Blödmann vergesse (inf)…, und der Blödmann hier vergisst (inf)

muggins

[ˈmʌgɪnz] nsg (Brit) (fam) → fesso/a, salame m; (oneself) muggins had to do itcome sempre è toccato a me
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In this wardrobe we do what in Victorian times would have kept four mugginses hard at work for 50 hours apiece each week.
As it is, they'll congratulate their young on a job well done, forgetting they gave us, old mugginses, no alternative because a refusal is hard among friends.
If people are serious about collecting these partworks then the deposit will not put them off, particularly when you explain the losses that are involved for newsagents, who are the mugginses in all of this.