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basket

noun [C] (CONTAINER) 容器     /ˈbɑː.skɪt/ US  /ˈbæs.kɪt/
a light container, often with a handle, which is made of thin strips of wood, metal or plastic woven together and is used for carrying or storing things 篮;笼;篓,筐 a shopping/picnic basket 购物/野餐篮 a wicker basket 柳条筐 a laundry/clothes basket 洗衣篮 General and miscellaneous containers
the contents of a basket 篮/筐内的物件 We picked lots of strawberries, but we'd eaten half the basket by the time we got home. 我们摘了很多草莓,可到家时就已经吃了半筐。 General and miscellaneous containers
Translations of “basket”
in Arabic سَلّة…
in Korean 바구니…
in Malaysian bakul…
in French panier…
in Turkish sepet, basketbolda sayı, basket…
in Italian cesto, cestino, cestello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 容器, 籃, 籠…
in Russian корзина…
in Polish koszyk, kosz…
in Vietnamese cái rổ…
in Spanish cesta, capazo…
in Portuguese cesta…
in Thai ตะกร้า…
in German der Korb…
in Catalan cistell, cabàs…
in Japanese バスケット, かご…
in Indonesian keranjang…
(Definition of basket noun (CONTAINER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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