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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbrewbrew1 /bruː/ ●○○ verb  1 [transitive]DFD to make beer Every beer on the menu was brewed locally.2 [intransitive]DFD if a drink of tea or coffee is brewing, the taste is getting into the hot water He read the paper while the tea brewed.3 [transitive] to make a drink of tea or coffee freshly brewed coffee4 be brewing brew up→ See Verb table
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brewShe let herself in and ministered to their needs, brewing a pot of tea and lighting a good fire.The pudding went down like a dream, in blessed silence, and Christopher and Francis disappeared to brew coffee.Health-care bonds anywhere are risky these days, especially with changes brewing in Medicare and Medicaid.Any wonder that there is a campaign-finance scandal brewing in Washington?An argument is brewing over the tax cuts.His face was like something brewed up out of spit and bile.My next step will be to brew us a pot of chrysanthemum tea.