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saucernoun [C]

uk   /ˈsɔː.sər/  us   /ˈsɑː.sɚ/
B1 a ​small, ​curvedplate that you put a ​cup on: a cup and saucer She gave the ​cat a saucer ofmilk (= a ​smallamount of ​milk on a saucer).

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(Definition of saucer from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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saucernoun [C]

 us   /ˈsɔ·sər/
a ​smallplate that goes under a ​cup: a ​cup and saucer
(Definition of saucer from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “saucer”
in Korean 컵받침…
in Arabic طَبَق الفِنْجان…
in Malaysian piring alas cawan…
in French soucoupe…
in Russian блюдце…
in Chinese (Traditional) 茶碟,茶託…
in Italian piattino, sottotazza…
in Turkish fincan/çay tabağı…
in Polish spodek, spodeczek…
in Spanish platillo…
in Vietnamese đĩa nhỏ, nông để đựng chén…
in Portuguese pires…
in Thai จานรอง…
in German die Untertasse…
in Catalan platet…
in Japanese (カップの)受け皿, ソーサー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 茶碟,茶托…
in Indonesian tatakan…
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