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Translation of "brew" - English-Spanish dictionary

brew

verb   /bruː/
to make beer fabricar (cerveza) 200
noun   /bruː/
a mixture of several things brebaje, mezcla They gave her a strange brew to drink. War, with its fear, its deprivation, its excitement and violence makes for a very heady brew (= powerful combination).1337
(Definition of brew from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brew

verb /bruː/
to make (beer, ale etc) elaborar bebidas fermentadas He brews beer at home.
to make (tea etc) preparar Shall I brew another pot of tea?
to prepare amenazar, prepararse There’s a storm brewing.
brewer noun
cervecero a beer brewer.
brewery noun ( plural breweries)
a place for brewing beer etc. cervecería a traditional ale brewery.
(Definition of brew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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