the act of a person who brews.
the process of being brewed.
the occupation or business of producing beer, ale, etc.
a quantity or batch brewed in a single process or at one time.
to make (beer, ale, etc.) by steeping, boiling, and fermenting malt and hops.
to make or prepare (a beverage, as tea) by mixing, steeping, soaking, or boiling a solid in water.
to concoct, mix, or cook (a beverage or food, especially one containing unmeasured or unusual ingredients):
She brewed a pot of soup from the leftovers.
to contrive, plan, or bring about:
to brew mischief.
to make a fermented alcoholic malt beverage, as beer or ale.
to boil, steep, soak, or cook:
Wait until the tea brews.
a quantity brewed in a single process.
a particular brewing or variety of malt liquor.
a hot beverage made by cooking a solid in water, especially tea or coffee.
any concoction, especially a liquid produced by a mixture of unusual ingredients:
a witches’ brew.
beer or ale.
an individual serving of beer or ale:
Let’s have a few brews after the game.
be brewing, to be forming or gathering; be in preparation:
Trouble was brewing.
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a quantity of a beverage brewed at one time
to make (beer, ale, etc) from malt and other ingredients by steeping, boiling, and fermentation
to prepare (a drink, such as tea) by boiling or infusing
(transitive) to devise or plan: to brew a plot
(intransitive) to be in the process of being brewed: the tea was brewing in the pot
(intransitive) to be impending or forming: there’s a storm brewing
a beverage produced by brewing, esp tea or beer: a strong brew
an instance or time of brewing: last year’s brew
a mixture: an eclectic brew of mysticism and political discontent
(Northern English, dialect) a hill
A glass, bottle, or can of beer; a beer •Brewhaha has its own variants: brewha, haha, and ha: She treated me to a brew
Coffee or tea: Dunkin’ Donuts is my kind of brew
hard bread soaked in water and then boiled. such bread, with pieces of fish added, served as a meal. Historical Examples The Wit of Women Kate Sanborn Every Man for Himself Norman Duncan Five Months at Anzac Joseph Lievesley Beeston A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 10 (of 15) Various Le Petit Nord […]
brew (def 11) A glass, bottle, or can of beer; a beer •Brewhaha has its own variants: brewha, haha, and ha: She treated me to a brew Coffee or tea: Dunkin’ Donuts is my kind of brew
a chair of 17th-century New England having heavy turned uprights with vertical turned spindles filling in the back, the space beneath the arms, and the spaces between the legs.
the law that light will receive maximum polarization from a reflecting surface when it is incident to the surface at an angle (angle of polarization or polarizing angle) having a tangent equal to the index of refraction of the surface.