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beaker

noun [C]
 
/ˈbiːkər/ UK
a tall cup without a handle, usually made of plasticDishes, bowls, cups and glasses
Translations of “beaker”
in Spanish albornía, vaso de precipitación…
in French gobelet, vase à bec…
in German der Becher, das Becherglas…
in Chinese (Traditional) (有腳的)大酒杯, 燒杯…
in Russian мензурка…
in Turkish büyük, ağzı yayvan bardak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (有脚的)大酒杯, 烧杯…
in Polish kubek…
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