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cruse

Saltos de línea: cruse
Pronunciación: /kruːz
 
/

Definición de cruse en inglés:

sustantivo

archaic
An earthenware pot or jar.
Example sentences
  • The ‘miracle of the oil ‘involved a single cruse of oil which was used to light a menorah in the Temple, and which lasted eight days until new pure oil could be brought from the Galilee.’
  • Other events, such as a missile changing its trajectory in midair or the famous Chanukah miracle of a cruse of oil sufficient for one day burning for eight days, are simply impossible according to the natural order.

Origen

Old English crūse, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch kroes and German Krause; reinforced in Middle English by Low German krūs.

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