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Don't eat without cutlery or out of a box. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Around eight per cent admit they have used the wrong cutlery. The Sun (2008)The experience helped convince him of the benefits of a matching set of curved cutlery and crockery. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Plastic cutlery need not look like it has been lifted from the office canteen. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They will also eat with plastic cutlery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The absence of cutlery and crockery leaves no reason to entertain at home. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Add bright napkins and plastic cutlery to make lunch fun. The Sun (2011)The glasses and cutlery were all in the right place. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Holiday lets must be fully furnished and have a kitchen stocked with crockery and cutlery. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Lay the table properly with shiny cutlery and sparkling glasses. The Sun (2015)He was equally offended by people's use of cutlery. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He also produced cutlery and crockery, much of which is still manufactured. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The company distributes workplace equipment such as napkins, plastic cutlery and the like. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cups, cutlery and crockery are straightforward. The Sun (2013)I had a friend who was a lodger and was given plastic crockery and cutlery to use. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As a hostess she served her guests food with contemporary cutlery off contemporary crockery, all purchased from young designers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The idea is to DIY and to avoid having to lay the picnic table with cutlery. Times, Sunday Times (2010)For the first course proper, we all grab our glasses and cutlery, and move seats. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Use proper cutlery and crockery, not disposable, and avoid individually wrapped portions. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One doctor said: 'Every time she sat down for a meal she would ignore the food and eat the cutlery. The Sun (2009)Men shout and bang their cutlery on plastic tables, with half an eye on the TV screen behind a steel grille. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'cutlery'

British English: cutlery /ˈkʌtlərɪ/ NOUN
The knives, forks, and spoons that you eat with are referred to as cutlery.
We had to eat our breakfast with plastic cutlery.
  • American English: flatware
  • Arabic: سَكاكِيـن و مَلاَعِق وشَوْكات
  • Brazilian Portuguese: talher
  • Chinese: 餐具
  • Croatian: pribor za jelo
  • Czech: příbor
  • Danish: bestik
  • Dutch: bestek
  • European Spanish: cubiertos
  • Finnish: ruokailuvälineet
  • French: couverts
  • German: Besteck
  • Greek: μαχαιροπίρουνα
  • Italian: posate
  • Japanese: 食卓用ナイフ・フォーク・スプーン類
  • Korean: 칼붙이
  • Norwegian: bestikk
  • Polish: sztućce
  • European Portuguese: talheres
  • Romanian: tacâmuri
  • Russian: столовые приборы
  • Spanish: cubiertos
  • Swedish: bestick
  • Thai: มีด ช้อนและส้อม
  • Turkish: çatal, bıçak, kaşık
  • Ukrainian: столові прибори
  • Vietnamese: dao thìa dĩa

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