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tankard
American English: /ˈtæŋkərd/
British English: /ˈtaŋkəd/

Translation of tankard in Spanish:

noun

  • a tankard of beer
    una jarra de cerveza
    Example sentences
    • I'm not one of those that laments the old thick dimpled beer tankards with handles on the side.
    • Pewter mugs and tankards were the main vessels for dispensing beer, but the metal did not appeal to drinkers of coffee and tea.
    • But he raised a pewter tankard of foaming ale to celebrate the success of his campaign and will be back next week

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