WordReference English Collocations © 2020
mugⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- a [tea, coffee] mug
- a [porcelain, clay, plastic] mug
- a [plain, decorative, souvenir, personalized] mug
- a mug of [green, black, mint] tea
- drink [tea, coffee] from a mug
- spilled a mug of [tea] on his [lap, paperwork, computer]
- buy a new [pair, set, collection] of mugs
- [grabbed, took] the mug by the handle
- sipped from a [piping, boiling] hot mug
- the mug was steaming
- steam was coming from the mug
- a steaming hot mug of
- cupped the mug of (boiling) tea
- UK, slang: don't be such a mug!
- UK; slang: how could you be such a mug!
- UK, slang: you're a mug for [buying, believing, trying]
- UK, slang: only a mug would [do, try] that!
- slang: get your ugly mug out [of here, of the way]!
- slang: a picture of his ugly mug (on, in)
- mugged [a tourist, an old lady, him]
- mugged [on the street, in a dark alley, on the subway]
- mugged and [beaten, assaulted]
- mugged at [knifepoint, gunpoint]
- mugged by [youths, two men]
- mugging for [the camera, a photo, the baby]
- UK: mugging it up (for)
- the mug handle
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