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brewverb [I/T]

 us   /bru/
(of ​tea or ​coffee) to ​becomestronger in ​taste in the ​container in which it is made, or to make a ​hotdrink or ​beer: [T] He’s ​working on a new way to brew the ​perfectcup of ​coffee.
If something ​bad is brewing, it is about to ​start: [I] I ​felt that ​trouble was brewing.

brewnoun [C]

 us   /bru/
beer or another ​drink made by brewing
(Definition of brew from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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brewverb

uk   /bruː/  us   /bruː/

brewnoun

uk   /bruː/  us   /bruː/
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