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teacup
American English: /ˈtiˌkəp/
British English: /ˈtiːkʌp/

Translation of teacup in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The earliest EIC printed catalogue, from 1704, shows chocolate cups and teacups, both with saucers.
    • His mother came in a moment later with a tray with two teacups full of coffee, some sugar and a small container of cream.
    • Evangeline shrugged and gestured to the tray of teacups on the coffee table.

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