Definition of 'vase'
Example sentences containing 'vase'
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There are lime green sofas and giant red vases. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Large vases cascade with fresh flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Glass vase filled with tea lights? Times, Sunday Times (2015)This must be one of the most important Chinese vases to be offered for sale this century. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They told me the vase comes from a very rare group of other Ming vases. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is not known what he paid for the rare Ming dynasty vase. The Sun (2011)It had a tendency to explode like a Ming vase hitting the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It appeared to be a Ming vase but it looked too good to be true. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He has a sensitive touch and can carry a Ming vase across a crowded room. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I decided to place large vase by the kitchen windowsill. Christianity Today (2000)I would save up for a 1950s crystal vase. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A nurse accepted them from Burnell and stuck them in a glass vase. Somewhere East of Life (1994)Classical sculptures, chandeliers, great bouquets of red roses in crystal vases. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A recycled glass vase costs €30. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Portraits were hanging on the walls, and near the white porcelain stove stood two large Chinese vases with lions on the covers. Andersen's Fairy Tales (1874)A rare Chinese vase bought for 12 has sold at auction for nearly a million. Times, Sunday Times (2016)RICHARD of Chatham - the red vase is a valuable antique. The Sun (2012)LOUISE of Dover - the vase you keep crystals in is very valuable. The Sun (2011)ED of Swansea - the large vase you keep umbrellas in is a very valuable antique. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'vase'
British English: vase /vɑːz/ NOUN
A vase is a jar used for holding cut flowers or as an ornament.
...a vase of red roses.
- American English: vase
- Arabic: زُهْرِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: vaso
- Chinese: 花瓶
- Croatian: vaza
- Czech: váza
- Danish: vase
- Dutch: vaas
- European Spanish: florero
- Finnish: maljakko
- French: vase
- German: Vase
- Greek: ανθοδοχείο
- Italian: vaso
- Japanese: 花瓶
- Korean: 꽃병
- Norwegian: vase
- Polish: waza
- European Portuguese: jarra
- Romanian: vază
- Russian: ваза
- Spanish: florero
- Swedish: vas
- Thai: แจกัน
- Turkish: vazo
- Ukrainian: ваза
- Vietnamese: bình hoa
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