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urn

noun [C]     /ɜːn/ US  /ɝːn/
a container, especially a large round one on a stem, which is used for decorative purposes in a garden, or one which has a lid and is used for holding a dead person's ashes (= the powder that is left after a dead body has been burned) 甕;骨灰甕 General and miscellaneous containersGardening - general words
a large cylindrical metal container with a lid which is used for holding a large amount of drink such as tea or coffee and keeping it hot (可以保溫的)茶水桶,咖啡桶 a tea urn 茶水桶 Containers for liquids and gases
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