Definition of 'saucer'
Example sentences containing 'saucer'
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Cloud formations have been reported as flying saucers. The Sun (2009)Test for a set in a saucer as one would with gelatine. Molly Keane's Ireland (1993)Everyone coveted a fine porcelain cup and saucer. The Times Literary Supplement (2008)Served in a china teacup and saucer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The sticker is the size of a small saucer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My saucer of milk tasted rather sour. The Sun (2016)The building above is made from small flower pot saucer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She borrowed a small saucer and scooped up the dough with her paws. The Tales of Beatrix Potter (1930)She brought her own cup and saucer on to the show and sipped ginger tea throughout the interview. The Sun (2010)There's also a disappearing flying saucer in a warehouse. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Place a few teaspoons of ground fresh Greek coffee in a saucer and set fire to it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Or maybe it was the dog abducted by a flying saucer in Glamorgan. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Worse than brown vacuuming, there are no cups or saucers in space. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Not Where are the little green and flying saucers when you them? Times, Sunday Times (2008)From 7 for a teacup and saucer (habitat. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There was always a cake on offer after school and on weekends, with a cup of tea in a proper bone china cup and saucer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Beyond two huge oak doors, two men in their fifties are putting the world to rights over tea and a small saucer of finger sandwiches. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'saucer'
British English: saucer /ˈsɔːsə/ NOUN
A saucer is a small curved plate on which you stand a cup.
His coffee splashed in the saucer as he picked it up.
- American English: saucer
- Arabic: صَحْنُ الفِنْجَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: pires
- Chinese: 茶托
- Croatian: tanjurić
- Czech: podšálek
- Danish: underkop
- Dutch: schotel van kop en schotel
- European Spanish: platillo
- Finnish: lautanen kupin alla pidettävä
- French: soucoupe
- German: Untertasse
- Greek: πιατάκι φλιτζανιού
- Italian: piattino
- Japanese: 受け皿
- Korean: 받침 접시
- Norwegian: skål til kopp
- Polish: spodek
- European Portuguese: pires
- Romanian: farfurioară
- Russian: блюдце
- Spanish: plato pequeño
- Swedish: tefat
- Thai: จานรอง
- Turkish: fincan tabağı
- Ukrainian: блюдце
- Vietnamese: đĩa nhỏ
Definition of saucer from the Collins English Dictionary
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