mug noun (CUP) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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mug

noun [C] (CUP)
杯子
 
 
/mʌɡ/
a large cup with straight sides used for hot drinks
(盛热饮用的)大杯子
I made myself a large mug of cocoa (= enough to fill a mug) and went to bed.
我为自己冲了一大杯可可饮料,然后钻进了被窝。
Dishes, bowls, cups and glasses
beer mug mainly US a heavy glass with a handle and usually with patterns cut into its side, out of which you drink beer
啤酒杯(有柄且通常刻有花纹的大玻璃杯)
Beer and ciderDishes, bowls, cups and glasses
Translations of “mug”
in Arabic كوب كَبير (مَج)…
in Korean 머그컵…
in Malaysian kole…
in French chope…
in Turkish kulplu büyük bardak, maşrapa, avanak…
in Italian tazzone, boccale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 杯子, (盛熱飲用的)馬克杯,大杯子…
in Russian кружка, балбес, простофиля…
in Polish kubek, frajer/ka…
in Vietnamese ca…
in Spanish tazón…
in Portuguese caneca…
in Thai เหยือก…
in German der Becher…
in Catalan tassa (alta)…
in Japanese マグカップ…
in Indonesian cangkir besar…
(Definition of mug noun (CUP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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