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cup

noun /kap/
a usually round hollow container to hold liquid for drinking, often with a handle
taza
a teacup a cup of tea.
an ornamental vessel, usually of silver or other metal, given as a prize in sports events etc
copa
They won the Football League Cup.
cupful noun
taza
Add three cupfuls of water.
cupboard /ˈkabəd/ noun a cabinet of any size up to that of a small room for storing anything; closet(American)
armario
Put the food in the cupboard a broom cupboard.
cup final noun the final match in a football/soccer competition in which the prize is a cup
final de copa
We were lucky enough to get tickets for the cup final.
cup tie noun one of a series of games in a football/soccer competition in which the prize is a cup
partido de copa
a cup tie between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
one’s cup of tea noun the sort of thing one likes or prefers
preferencia, santo de la devoción de uno
Classical music is not my cup of tea.
(Definition of cup from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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