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saucer

noun [C] uk   /ˈsɔː.sər/  us   /ˈsɑː.sɚ/
B1 a small, curved plate that you put a cup on: a cup and saucer She gave the cat a saucer of milk (= a small amount of milk on a saucer).
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in Arabic طَبَق الفِنْجان…
in Korean 컵받침…
in Malaysian piring alas cawan…
in French soucoupe…
in Turkish fincan/çay tabağı…
in Italian piattino, sottotazza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 茶碟,茶託…
in Russian блюдце…
in Polish spodek, spodeczek…
in Vietnamese đĩa nhỏ, nông để đựng chén…
in Spanish platillo…
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 Indonesian tatakan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 茶碟,茶托…
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