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goblet

Saltos de línea: gob¦let
Pronunciación: /ˈɡɒblɪt
 
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Definición de goblet en inglés:

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
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.
Example sentences
  • 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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