Translation of brew-up in Spanish:

brew-up

té, n.

Pronunciation ///ˈbruəp/

noun

British
informal

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    masculine
    • One larger pot will be fine for heating up enough water for meals, brew-ups and washing.
    • The walls which encase the tea room double up as a shrine to the most storied brew-ups of eras past.
    • The gardener is always lurking about between brew-ups in his dreadful shed.
    • No sign of problems after 5 years, and you know how many tea brew-ups us Brits make every day!
    • A full-width rear interior locker is very useful for stowing cups, kettle, water and stove for impromptu brew-ups.