- v.调制( brew的现在分词 ); 酝酿; 沏（茶）; 煮（咖啡）;
We'd seen the storm brewing when we were out in the boat.
There's trouble brewing.
There's another security scandal brewing up.
At home a crisis was brewing.
It was obvious that a big storm was brewing up.
She set about brewing some herb tea.
The boys are brewing some mischief.
It looks as if a storm is brewing.
What plot are you brewing?
There's trouble brewing between them.
There is something brewing.
The storm is brewing.
I realized the extent of the trouble that Mary Morse was brewing up.
I have been brewing up some beer. Would you like to try some?
我酿了一些啤酒, 你愿意尝一点 吗 ?
It takes more than one cold day for the river to freeze three feet deep -- the trouble has been brewing for quite some time.
1. the production of malt beverages (as beer or ale) from malt and hops by grinding and boiling them and fermenting the result with yeast