mugful


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Noun1.mugful - the quantity that can be held in a mugmugful - the quantity that can be held in a mug
containerful - the quantity that a container will hold
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مِلء القَدَح
konvička
krus
krúsarfylli
fincan dolusu

mug1

(mag) noun
a type of cup with usually tall, more or less vertical sides. a mug of coffee.
ˈmugful noun
two mugfuls of coffee.
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At the launch, German Club Manila members presided over two friendly competitions for males and females: holding a gigantic mugful of Weihenstephaner for as long as you can; and the traditional beer-drinking contest.
1 mugful mixed dried fruit (about 225g) 1/2 mugful brandy or juice (about 110ml) 300g dark chocolate (70% cocoa solids) 1/2 pack butter (about 125g, salted or unsalted), 3 tbsp golden syrup 13 digestive biscuits (about 200g) 100g pack toasted flaked almonds or roasted hazelnuts, chopped
"There was quite a lot of blood, more than a mugful. He was bleeding over the floor until we got it under control.
If Buhari will spare a moment, I offer to buy him a mugful of fura and nunu for this feat.
Use 20.10.10 fertiliser, 900g (3 mugfuls) for large trees and 300g (1 mugful) for smaller trees.
4 5 Wear rubber gloves and get stuck in to properly clean a toilet To remove hard water and limescale toilet stains, wear rubber gloves, flush the cistern and remove a mugful of water from the bowl - I use a tin mug -so you can see the rim of the limescale line clearly.
Flush the cistern and remove a mugful of water from the bowl - I use a tin mug - so you can see the rim of the limescale line clearly.