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vasenoun [C]

 us   /veɪs, veɪz, vɑz/
a ​container for ​holdingflowers or for ​decoration: Please put this vase of ​flowers on the ​table.
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vasenoun [C]

uk   /vɑːz/  us   /veɪs/
B1 a ​container for ​holdingflowers or for ​decoration: a vase of ​flowers

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Translations of “vase”
in Korean 꽃병…
in Arabic زُهْرِيّة…
in Malaysian vas…
in French vase…
in Russian ваза…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花瓶…
in Italian vaso…
in Turkish vazo…
in Polish wazon…
in Spanish jarrón, florero…
in Vietnamese bình, lọ…
in Portuguese vaso…
in Thai แจกัน…
in German die Vase…
in Catalan gerro…
in Japanese 花びん, つぼ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花瓶…
in Indonesian jambangan bunga…
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