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mellow in Drink topic

mellowmellow2 verb [intransitive, transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 STRICTif someone mellows or is mellowed, they become gentler and more sympathetic 🔊 Paul’s certainly mellowed over the years. 🔊 Two pints of beer had mellowed my father.2 CCif colours mellow or are mellowed, they begin to look warm and soft 🔊 The bricks had mellowed to a soft red.3 DFDif wine mellows or is mellowed, its taste becomes smoother mellow (somebody) out→ See Verb table
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mellowShe's mellowed a lot since she retired.David has mellowed and quietened down a great deal.In his forties, Jobs seems to have mellowed, as a leader if not as a crusader for Mac-style computing.Helvin says that Bailey has changed nowadays, has mellowed, but in a positive way.She's mellowed him out, and she seems to make him happy.He mellowed into a white-haired wise man.Grandpa's mellowed over the last few years.Will I mellow towards the idea of marriage as I get older?He hasn't always been so understanding. He's really mellowed with age.