Definition of 'silverware'
Example sentences containing 'silverware'
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We want to bring silverware to this club because it has been too long. The Sun (2009)The club has taken a bulldozer to the conventional wisdom that money will always bring silverware. The Sun (2016)Few would have imagined that he would bring silverware back to the club so quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And now he wants to help his countryman become more bullish in front of goal and lift silverware in the process. The Sun (2011)Of course, star power does not necessarily deliver silverware. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Next season, we need to bring back some silverware. The Sun (2007)And he now hopes to enter the twilight of his career by bringing silverware back to Anfield. The Sun (2015)For players to feel fulfilled, you have to have actual silverware to look back on. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At the time it seemed a preposterous demand for a club who last lifted silverware 44 years ago. The Sun (2012)At least Arsenal have one team they can rely on to put some silverware in the trophy cabinet. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But the fans are still to be convinced this season will bring the silverware they crave after more than five years without a trophy. The Sun (2010)The potential is definitely there so let's hope we can put it all together and bring back some more silverware. The Sun (2007)For a team that has won so much it is these little details that keep the fire in their belly alive to keep on lifting silverware. The Sun (2016)A passive approach to Bridge rarely brings back any silverware. Times, Sunday Times (2008)No member of the Gunners' playing staff has lifted silverware while at the club. The Sun (2014)We want to bring silverware to this club because it has been too long, and now is the time to step up and be men. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Instead he will focus all his energy on bringing more silverware to Stamford Bridge rather than worry about the one that got away. The Sun (2015)C u p, their first major silverware for 23 years. The Sun (2006)I went People used to have a go at Arsene for not bringing in silverware. The Sun (2015)Reading will go to Wembley in just over a month's time led by a man who knows what it takes to lift the famous silverware. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's going to be really important to leave Highbury on a high and to bring some silverware back would be the cherry on the cake. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Used Occasionally. silverware is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'silverware'
British English: silverware NOUN
You can use silverware to refer to all the things in a house that are made of silver, especially the cutlery and dishes.
There was a serving spoon missing when she put the silverware back in its box.
Definition of silverware from the Collins English Dictionary
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