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CUP British & World English

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cup British & World English

A small bowl-shaped container for drinking from, typically having a handle

Cup in cup British & World English

A contest in which the winners are awarded a cup

FA Cup British & World English

The major annual knockout competition for soccer clubs in England and Wales, first held in 1872

cup tie British & World English

A match in a competition for which the prize is a cup

elf cup British & World English

A fungus of decaying wood, producing small groups of shallow short-stemmed cups with a scarlet interior, found in both Eurasia and North America

egg cup British & World English

A small cup for holding a boiled egg upright while it is being eaten

cup coral British & World English

A small brightly coloured solitary coral with tentacles that end in small knobs, sometimes found in colder seas

Cup Final British & World English

The final match in a sports competition in which the winners are awarded a cup

cup-tied British & World English

(Of a soccer player) ineligible to play for one’s club in a cup competition as a result of having played for another club in an earlier round

Davis Cup British & World English

An annual tennis championship for men, first held in 1900, between teams from different countries

Dixie Cup British & World English

A brand of disposable paper cup

fruit cup British & World English

A drink consisting of a mixture of fruit juices, typically with pieces of fruit in it

paper cup British & World English

A disposable cup made of thin cardboard

optic cup British & World English

A cup-like outgrowth of the brain of an embryo which develops into the retina

Ryder Cup British & World English

A golf tournament held every two years and played between teams of male professionals from the US and Europe (originally Great Britain), first held in 1927

sippy cup British & World English

A small beaker with a lid and a spout, for an infant or young child to drink from

World Cup British & World English

A competition between teams from several countries in a sport, in particular an international soccer tournament held every four years

coffee cup British & World English

A cup, typically a small one, in which coffee is served

cup-bearer British & World English

A person who serves wine, especially in a royal or noble household

cup fungus British & World English

A fungus in which the spore-producing layer forms the lining of a shallow cup

cup lichen British & World English

A greenish-grey lichen with small cup-like structures arising from its spreading lobes, found typically on heathland and moorland

cup-winning British & World English

Gaining, resulting in, or relating to victory in the final of a competition

loving cup British & World English

A large two-handled cup, passed round at banquets for each guest to drink from in turn

Stanley Cup British & World English

A trophy awarded annually to the North American ice-hockey team that wins the championship in the National Hockey League

stirrup cup British & World English

A cup of wine or other alcoholic drink offered to a person on horseback who is about to depart on a journey

Walker Cup British & World English

A golf tournament held every two years and played between teams of male amateurs from the US and from Great Britain and Ireland, first held in 1922. The tournament was instituted by George Herbert Walker, a former President of the US Golf Association

America's Cup British & World English

An international yachting race held every three to four years

Admiral's Cup British & World English

A yacht-racing competition held every two years since 1957 between international teams of three yachts

moustache cup British & World English

A cup with a partial cover that protects the moustache of the person drinking from it

cup-and-ring British & World English

Denoting marks cut in megalithic monuments consisting of a circular depression surrounded by concentric rings

not one's cup of tea in cup British & World English

Not what one likes or is interested in

not one's cup of tea British & World English

Not what one likes or is interested in

eyecup British & World English

A piece of an optical device such as a microscope, camera, or pair of binoculars which is contoured to provide a comfortable rest against the user’s eye

teacup British & World English

A cup from which tea is drunk

cupholder British & World English

A device for holding a plastic cup or other drinking container

wassail bowl British & World English

A large bowl in which wassail was made and from which it was dispensed for the drinking of toasts

wassail cup in wassail bowl British & World English

A large bowl in which wassail was made and from which it was dispensed for the drinking of toasts

measuring jug British & World English

A jug or cup marked up in graded amounts, used in cooking

measuring cup in measuring jug British & World English

A jug or cup marked up in graded amounts, used in cooking

there's many a slip 'twixt cup and lip in slip1 British & World English

Many things can go wrong between the start of a project and its completion; nothing is certain until it has happened

there's many a slip 'twixt cup and lip British & World English

Many things can go wrong between the start of a project and its completion; nothing is certain until it has happened

scarlet elf cup in elf cup British & World English

A fungus of decaying wood, producing small groups of shallow short-stemmed cups with a scarlet interior, found in both Eurasia and North America

cup English Thesaurus

the winner was presented with a silver cup

cup English-Spanish

taza f

eye cup English-Spanish

lavaojos m


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