Translation of pitcher in Spanish:

pitcher

Pronunciation: /ˈpɪtʃər; ˈpɪtʃə(r)/

n

  • 1 (for pouring) jarra (f), jarro (m), pichel (m) (AmC) ; (of clay) (BrE) cántaro (m) little pitchers have big ears hay moros en la costa
    More example sentences
    • Carrying a glass pitcher full of dark-brown liquid, with a healthy head of foam on it, he places it and two drinking bowls before us.
    • He poured a glass of water from a plastic pitcher and pressed it into my hands.
    • I finally found the strength to move, I picked up the cream china pitcher and poured the cool water into the basin and washed my face.

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