Sinónimos de brew
a beverage produced by brewing, esp. tea or beerHe brewed a pot of coffee.
to make (beer, ale, etc.) from malt and other ingredients by steeping, boiling, and fermentationI brew my own iced tea.
to be about to happen or formingAt home a crisis was brewing.
We'd seen the storm brewing when we were out on the boat.
to devise or plan
We devised a scheme to help him.
I had been planning a trip to the West Coast.
project, , ,
His projected visit to Washington had to be postponed.
If they are unemployed, it's bound to breed resentment.
a meeting to plot the survival strategy of the party
They hatched a plot to get their own back.
The oil companies were accused of contriving a shortage of gasoline to justify price increases.
He said the prisoner had concocted the story to get a lighter sentence.
a mild herbal brew
Most cities generate a potent brew of pollutants.
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in the sense of admixture
a mixtureHis heart beat with an admixture of aversion and thrill.
in the sense of beverage
any drink other than waterfood and beverages
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