Definición de goblet en inglés:

goblet

Saltos de línea: gob¦let
Pronunciación: /ˈgɒblɪt
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A drinking glass with a foot and a stem: a beautifully engraved crystal goblet
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Then the break ended and she was back to washing the gold rimmed china and crystal goblets and glasses, cleaning the sterling silver and stainless steel, it was endless.
    • Although I am not a fan of the huge oversized glasses commonly employed, I am happy to see the quality of the glassware has increased immensely, with clumsy, shallow glass goblets being replaced by more appropriate crystal stems.
    • Without hesitating, she strode to the pillar supporting the glass chalice and firmly grasped the goblet by the stem.
    Sinónimos
    wine glass, chalice; glass, beaker, tumbler, cup
    archaic stoup
    Scottish archaic tass
    (goblets) North American stemware
  • 1.1 archaic A metal or glass bowl-shaped drinking cup, sometimes with a foot and a cover.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • She tried unsuccessfully to catch the metal goblet before it landed on the floor.
    • There was a machete, a dagger, two metal goblets, and a dark green cloth bag.
    • The exhibition is on view until December 31 and includes ceramics, bone and metal implements, goblets, pitchers, fragments of marionettes, and Chinese porcelain.
  • 2British A receptacle forming part of a liquidizer.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French gobelet, diminutive of gobel 'cup', of unknown origin.

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