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bowl1 British & World English

A round, deep dish or basin used for food or liquid

bowl2 British & World English

A wooden or hard rubber ball, slightly asymmetrical so that it runs on a curved course, used in the game of bowls

rice bowl British & World English

An area in which abundant quantities of rice are grown

rose bowl British & World English

A bowl for displaying cut roses

dust bowl British & World English

An area of land where vegetation has been lost and soil reduced to dust and eroded, especially as a consequence of drought or unsuitable farming practice

finger bowl British & World English

A small bowl containing water for rinsing the fingers during or after a meal

Super Bowl British & World English

(In the US) the National Football League championship game played annually between the champions of the National and the American Football Conferences

begging bowl British & World English

A bowl held out by a beggar for food or donations

bowl haircut British & World English

A haircut done by or as if by inverting a bowl on a person’s head and cutting off the hair left exposed

wassail bowl British & World English

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

goldfish bowl British & World English

A spherical glass container for goldfish

a bowl of cherries British & World English

A very pleasant or enjoyable situation or experience

a bowl of cherries in cherry British & World English

A very pleasant or enjoyable situation or experience

the Dust Bowl in dust bowl British & World English

An area of Oklahoma and other prairie states of the US affected by severe soil erosion in the early 1930s

slop basin British & World English

A bowl for the dregs of cups of tea or coffee

slop bowl in slop basin British & World English

A bowl for the dregs of cups of tea or coffee

punchbowl British & World English

A bowl used for mixing and serving punch

bowl1 English Thesaurus

he got a wicket for every thirty balls he bowled

bowl2 English Thesaurus

she cracked two eggs into a bowl

bowl English-Spanish

bol masculine, tazón masculine, cuenco masculine

bowl over English-Spanish

derribar, tirar al suelo

dust bowl English-Spanish

terreno semidesértico expuesto a la erosión causada por el viento

Super Bowl New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

American football championship game

finger bowl English-Spanish

lavafrutas masculine, aguamanil masculine

fruit bowl English-Spanish

frutero masculine, frutera feminineSouthern Cone/Cono Sur

punch bowl English-Spanish

ponchera feminine

mixing bowl English-Spanish

bol masculine, tazón masculinegrande, para mezclar ingredientes

salad bowl English-Spanish

ensaladera feminine

Super Bowl English-Spanish

→ Super Bowl

goldfish bowl English-Spanish

pecera feminineredonda

bowl over English-Spanish

derribar, tirar al suelo

slop bowl in slop basin English-Spanish

recipiente para echar los posos del té

pipe bowl in pipe English-Spanish

cazoleta feminine

mixing bowl in bowl English-Spanish

bol masculine, tazón masculine

bowl someone over in bowl1 English Thesaurus

the explosion bowled us over

a steaming bowl of soup in steaming English-Spanish

un plato de sopa humeante


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