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    mull

    Dear teachers,

    Would you help to me to make the proper choice of the interpretation of the word in bold in the following sentence?

    Not only has he been put on Interpol's wanted list for alleged sex crimes in Sweden, but the US ismulling how to take legal action against him as well.


    mull = think of, think over, consider

    mull = muddle, ball up

    Thanks for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V

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    Re: mull

    Quote Originally Posted by vil View Post

    mull = think of, think over, consider

    mull = muddle, ball up
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