Definition of 'ashtray'
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Example sentences containing 'ashtray'
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This is beginning to stink as bad as an old ashtray. The Sun (2013)Then you actually go over and put the ashtray on the chair. The Sun (2009)Ask the spectator to put the ashtray in the centre of the table. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A full ashtray was in with my clothes. The Sun (2007)But in the new cover their tobacco habit has been consigned to the ashtray - the cigarettes have magically disappeared. The Sun (2006)The old pub ashtray was beautifully made and designed, produced in limited numbers and has great nostalgic value, he argues. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'ashtray'
British English: ashtray /ˈæʃˌtreɪ/ NOUN
An ashtray is a small dish in which people put the ash from their cigarettes and cigars.
- American English: ashtray
- Arabic: مِنْفَضَةُ السَجائر
- Brazilian Portuguese: cinzeiro
- Chinese: 烟灰缸
- Croatian: pepeljara
- Czech: popelník
- Danish: askebæger
- Dutch: asbak
- European Spanish: cenicero
- Finnish: tuhkakuppi
- French: cendrier
- German: Aschenbecher
- Greek: σταχτοδοχείο
- Italian: portacenere
- Japanese: 灰皿
- Korean: 재떨이
- Norwegian: askebeger
- Polish: popielniczka
- European Portuguese: cinzeiro
- Romanian: scrumieră
- Russian: пепельница
- Spanish: cenicero
- Swedish: askkopp
- Thai: ที่เขี่ยบุหรี่
- Turkish: küllük
- Ukrainian: попільничка
- Vietnamese: gạt tàn thuốc
Definition of ashtray from the Collins English Dictionary
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