There are 2 main translations of mug in Spanish

: mug1mug2

mug1

taza, n.

Pronunciation /məɡ//mʌɡ/

noun

  • 1

    (cup)
    (alta y sin platillo) taza feminine
    tarro masculine Mexico Venezuela
    beer mug tarro de cerveza masculine Mexico Venezuela
    • Two pewter mugs banged down in front of us, spilling liquid.
    • I plunked the mugs on the table and sat across from my best friend.
    • Nathan carefully set his own mug in the sink before stalking toward the same door Benny had just entered.
    • "Thanks," I replied as he placed a steaming mug of black coffee in front of me.
    • We all get big ceramic mugs of hot tea.
    • Her hands were trembling slightly, the crystal pitcher tinkling against the pewter mug.
    • I smiled secretly to myself as I pulled out two mugs from the cupboard.
    • Then she hands us each a plastic travel mug full of coffee.
    • Jack was cleaning pewter beer mugs behind the bar.
    • The waitress hustled back nearly out of breath and placed a large white mug on their table.
    • Rose stood before you, holding out two mugs of steaming hot chocolate.
    • When she tilts the mug to her lips, however, nothing comes out.
    • One man sat alone, nursing his half-empty mug of beer.
    • Gaston got up and handed her a mug of cider.
    • Antonio pulled mugs from the cupboard, then handed me the cake plates.
    • Lan takes a sip from the mug in front of him, which contains weak coffee.
    • I watched quietly as he set the jug to boiling and retrieved two mugs from a cupboard under the bench.
    • A visibly chastened man, holding a chipped mug of tea, Sven duly confirmed his Englishness.
    • The teacher lifted her empty coffee mug and headed to the door.
    • Crete looked back up to Stu's face and picked up his scorching hot mug of cocoa.
  • 2British informal

    (gullible person)
    idiota masculine
    ingenuo masculine
    ingenua feminine
    • The title of this piece might seem to be no more than a comment on the ease with which the flats, mugs, suckers, punters, marks, gulls, or coneys could be relieved of their money.
    • Only we two mugs in the front got thrown out, still clutching our paddles.
    • But if you work out how these people make their money, the answer is simple: from mugs who take the bait.
    • It was amazin' how he'd fooled so many mugs round here over the years and in fact how few people actually knew his record.
    • It's billed as the simple tale of an Australian political superhero and his valiant battles with assorted mugs, dummies, gutless spivs, clowns, fools and scumbags.
  • 3

    • 3.1slang (face)

      cara feminine
      jeta feminine slang
      careto masculine Spain slang
      get your ugly mug out of here! ¡lárgate de aquí! informal
      • I hope you'll be able to show some footage and not just our ugly mugs looking across the Atlantic at you.
      • I didn't want his mug on the front page of my site.
      • If you go flinging thousands of dots in the air that bear the smiling mug of your secret crush, well, he'll probably catch on.
      • It is kinda funny right now, as my ugly mug does adorn one page of a popular calendar.
      • Canada Post makes a stamp allowing you to stick your very own ugly mug on an envelope for just 54 more cents than a regular stamp.
      • Stalin's grave is also nearby - a featureless slab of gray marble, with a bust of his ugly mug stuck on top.
      • Guys, you're not fooling anyone - I've seen your ugly mugs in the liner notes.
      • So now that you're familiar with our ugly mugs, let's begin!
      • Jerry was the first one to get out and told them that with any luck, he wouldn't see either one of their ugly mugs until they had to report back.
      • They wore black robes similar to the Mors but they didn't have hoods to cover their ugly mugs.
      • I just thought I wouldn't have to look at your ugly mug again for a while.
      • All they are interested in doing is getting their ugly mugs on the 6 o'clock news.
      • If photographers want to wait all day to take pictures of my ugly mug that's up to them.
      • What matters in America, is how well you stick your ugly mug on the television 24 hours a day.
      • She asks to leave the room so she doesn't have to see his ugly mug and feigns drying tears with a handkerchief.
      • And for over a year, I had a great big picture of my ugly mug up at the top of the main index page.
      • Over the last few days some of you may have been horrified to receive an envelope bearing my ugly mug from MAG.
      • It seems nobody feels that they are guilty until a big, blown up shot of their ugly mug is thrust in front of them with the speed that the offender was doing shown on the snap.
      • The terrorists haven't got the coverage to unmask their ugly mugs, because basically they are a bunch of cowards.
      • Obviously, the reason you keep seeing our four ugly mugs up here night after night is that the ratings are at such a level…

    • 3.2


transitive verb

  • 1

    (assault)
    atracar
    asaltar

intransitive verb

US

  • 1

    (make faces)
    hacer morisquetas
    • He mugs relentlessly for the camera, at one point sporting a bowtie pasta on his lip like a mustache.
    • In fact, the four whales often seem to be mugging for the cameras.
    • Expect lots of silly dancing around and mugging to camera.
    • He flashes his trademark smile, all the while mugging to the camera as if every bug-eyed move were a thousand dollar check (and judging by the film's budget, I may not be far off).
    • Barbara Harris as Blanche plays her role as camp, mugging for the camera and acting like a dingbat the whole way though.
    • As for the video, I watched it once, it is 15 minutes of the band mugging for the camera.
    • The perfectly coifed doc on duty mugged coyly for the cameras as he explained the medical emergency.
    • While he's wrestling a croc to the ground, he's mugging to the camera for all he's worth.
    • Porno actors do not mug for the camera; they maintain a fiction of authenticity.
    • There's plenty of fun on set, too, as the cast and crew quickly take to mugging for Pellerin's camera crew.
    • Trey is a cop who moonlights as an actor and spends much of his time mugging for the cameras mounted inside the car he shares with Mitch.
    • Georgina Beyer's partner became largely superfluous as she sang along, mugged at the camera and generally hammed it up.
    • Watch Space Cowboys and you'll see Donald Sutherland mugging for the camera and stealing just about every scene that he's in.
    • She sits at her cluttered desk in her study, exhaling smoke, tossing Budweisers, reading poems and mugging for the camera.
    • Moss' presence only serves to distract and irritate as he mugs for the camera and throws around unnecessary voice-overs describing his own actions.
    • He claims that he used to be a nerd, and he mugs for the camera in that doofy smiley way.
    • Every scene made me cringe as he mugged for the camera and offered those interminable witty retorts with that knowing gleam in his eye.
    • His wacky personality seems anything but morbid in the film, where he mugs for the camera and tells funny stories about his life.
    • Murphy mugs for the camera and basically plays himself.
    • Connery seems to take every opportunity to mug for the camera.

There are 2 main translations of mug in Spanish

: mug1mug2

mug2

Pronunciation /məɡ//mʌɡ/

transitive and intransitive verb