cup

listen to the pronunciation of cup
İngilizce - Türkçe
fincan

Lütfen bana bir fincan süt ver. - Please give me a cup of milk.

Bir fincan kahve daha içmek istiyorum. - I'd like to have another cup of coffee.

kupa

Jabulani, 2010 FIFA Dünya Kupası'nın resmi maç topudur. - The Jabulani is the official match ball of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

1958'de, Brezilya ilk Dünya Kupası zaferini kazandı. - In 1958, Brazil won its first World Cup victory.

{i} bardak

Bir bardak sıcak çorba beni rahatlattı. - A cup of hot soup relaxed me.

Lütfen bana bir bardak süt ver. - Please give me a cup of milk.

{f} kavramak
(ellerini/vb.) yuvarlak bir şey tutar gibi yapmak
kap şekline getir(mek)
{i} litrenin dörtte biri, 236 cm3
{i} spor kupa
(İnşaat) (bearing) yatak zarfı
{f} çanak gibi yapmak
236in his cups sarhoş
dili beğendiğim şey hoşlandığım şey
cup one s hands avuçlarını bitiştirerek
kupa/fincan
{f} şişe çekmek
fincan,v.kap şekline getir: n.kap
(Tekstil) kap

Tom vanilya kremalı iki çikolatalı kap kek aldı ve onlardan birini Mary'ye verdi. - Tom bought two chocolate cupcakes with vanilla icing and gave one of them to Mary.

Aslında, dolabı kapalı tutarım. - Indeed, I keep the cupboard closed.

yuvarlak bir şey tutar gibi y
{f} şişe çekmek, hacamat yapmak, vantuz çekmek
yuvarla
{i} kâse

Tom çorbayı büyük bir teneke kaseye döktü. - Tom poured the soup into a large tin cup.

Tom tahıl bulamacı kutusunu dolaptan çıkardı ve kendisine bir kase dolusu koydu. - Tom got a box of cereal out of the cupboard and poured himself a bowlful.

litrenin dörtte biri
boynuz çekmek
kapak
kab
zarf
cup joint
kovanlı geçme
cup of
fincan
cup shaped
fincan şeklinde
cup and a saucer
bardak ve tabak
cup bra
fincan sütyen
cup brush
fincan fırça
cup chuck
derin yüzlü torna aynası
cup holder
Bardak Altlığı
cup joint
kovanli geçme
cup of coffee
Bir fincan kahvenin
cup of tea
Yapmayı en çok sevdiğiniz uğraş
cup of tea
(deyim) Sevilen, yapması hoşa giden uğraş. "Chemistry iş not my cup of tea"; "Marriage was scarcely his cup of tea"
cup one's hands
avcunu çanak gibi yap(mak)
cup shake
bardağı sallamayın
cup shaped
fincan gibi şekillendirilmiş
cup size
Sütyen numarası, kadınlarda göğüs ölçüsü
cup-tie
fincan-kravat
cup final
kupa finali
cup joint
yuva geçme
cup one's hands
avuçlarını bitiştirerek çanak gibi açmak
cup size
(Tekstil) kup bedeni
a cup of
bir fincan
my cup runneth over
(Muhasebe) Kişinin tüm işleri yolunda gittiğinde söylediği, "İşler tıkırında!" mânasında söz
strainer cup
Süzgeçli kupa
cupful
bir bardak veya bir fincan dolusu miktar
cupful
fincan
cupping
yuvarla
bearing cup
(Mekanik) rulmanların dış çemberi
coffee cup
alafranga kahve fincanı
cupping
(Tıp) bardak çekme
cupping
(Tıp) şişe çekme
cupping
hacamat
dash the cup from one's lips
(deyim) yolunu kesmek
drinking cup
su bardağı
dust cup
toz kabı
grease cup
gresör
punch cup
(Gıda) kulplu panç bardağı
turkish cup
(Spor) türkiye kupası
ball bearing cup
bilyalı yatak gövdesi
brown cup
kahverengi kupa
challenge cup
çalenç kupası
coffee cup
kahve fincanı

Tom kahve fincanını yeniden doldurdu. - Tom refilled his coffee cup.

Garson Tom'un önüne bir kahve fincanı koydu. - The waiter set a coffee cup in front of Tom.

cupful
kadeh dolusu
cupful
fincan dolusu
drinking cup
kadeh
drinking cup
içme kabı
grace cup
son içki ve kadehi
grease cup
yağdanlık
loving cup
iki kulplu kupa
one's cup of tea
sevdiği şey
painted cup
desenli fincan
paper cup
kağıt bardak
thick cup
kalın fincan
vinegar cup
sirke fincanı
European Final Cup
(Spor) Avrupa Kupası Finali

I am going to watch the European Final Cup on TV tonight.

It's not my cup of tea
Bkz. not my cup of tea
It´s not my cup of tea
k. dili O bana göre değil
World Cup glory
Dünya Kupası zaferi
bearing cup
(Mühendislik) rulmanların dış çemberi, yatak kabı
blood cup
kan fincan
cup of
kupan
dice cup
zar fincanı
dipping cup
Daldırma kabı
door handle cup
kapı fincan sapı
egg cup
yumurta fincan
furry cup
(Argo) Vajina
hic cup
hiç fincan
loving cup
sevgi dolu bardak
medicine cup
ilaç ölçek kabı
not my cup of tea
Bana göre (bir şey) değil! Bana uymaz!

Cricket is very popular in England bu it's not my cup of tea. - Kriket İngiltere'de çok popüler fakat ben hoşlanmıyorum.

not my cup of tea
Tarzım değil. Bana uymaz
one's cup of tea
-in sevdiği şey
poured out all the cup's contents
Tüm fincan içeriğini dışarı dökülür
print cup
baskı fincan
sipping cup
Bebek bardağı: ağız kısmı kapalı ve kapağında küçük bir delik bulunan kap/bardak
sippy cup
Bebekler için üstü içeceklerin dökülmemesi için kapaklı içecek bardağı

He wants his new sippy cup.

stanley cup
Stanley Kupası
storm in a tea cup
(deyim) Bir bardak suda fırtına koparma
suction cup
Vantuz,çekmen
suction cup
emme fincan
that's my cup of tea
O çay benim fincan's
would you care for a cup of coffee?
Eğer bir fincan kahve için bakım istiyorsunuz?
acorn cup
palamut tırnağı
acorn cup
meşe palamudu kapçığı
another cup of tea
(deyim) degisik bir sey veya biri
claret cup
bol
claret cup
kırmızı şaraplı kokteyl
coffee cup
(alafranga) kahve fincanı
consomme cup
(Turizm) konsome kase
could i have a clean cup
temiz bir fincan alabilir miyim
cupful
fincan dolusu miktar
cupful
(isim) fincan dolusu miktar
cupping
deriye bardak bastırma
cupping
(Tıp) Bir karşıt-tahriş öntemi
drinking cup
içme kupası,kadeh
drip cup
damla hunisi
ear cup
(Askeri) KULAKLIK: Ses geçirmeyecek bir başlığın içinde bulunan ve ayrı ayrı, her kulağa uyacak şekilde yapılmış olan tertibat. Bu tertibat; uçak arama cihazı (aircraft detection device) gibi, bir dinleme sisteminden alınan sesleri kulağa nakleden, ayarlanabilir bir tüpü ihtiva eder
golden cup
altın kupa
ice cup
buz tutucu
injector cup
enjektör nozulu
injector cup
enjektör memesi
loving cup
iki kulplu kâse
measuring cup
ölçülü kap
measuring cup
ölçü kabı
mud cup
çamur kabı
one's cup of happiness is full
(deyim) mutluluğu tam
one's cup of happiness is full
(deyim) neşesi yerinde
outer cup
dış kap
paper cup
kâğıt fincan
sealing cup
salmastra kabı
spring cup
(Otomotiv) yay bağlantısı
spring cup
(Otomotiv) yay tablası
stirrup cup
ayrılma anında biniciye verilen içki
suction cup
vakum ağzı
teflon cup
teflon kap
victory cup
zafer kupası
win a cup
kupa kazanmak
windscreen suction cup
(Otomotiv) ön cam vantuzu
world cup
dünya kupası

İspanya, 2010 FIFA Dünya Kupası'nın galibidir. - Spain is the winner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

1958'de, Brezilya ilk Dünya Kupası zaferini kazandı. - In 1958, Brazil won its first World Cup victory.

İngilizce - İngilizce
A trophy in the shape of an oversized cup

The World Cup is awarded to the winner of a quadrennial football tournament.

A flexible concave membrane used to temporarily attach a handle or hook to a flat surface by means of suction (suction cup.)
A contest for which a cup is awarded

The World Cup is the world's most widely watched sporting event.

A cup-shaped object placed in the target hole

The ball just misses the cup.

A suit of the minor arcana in tarot, or one of the cards from the suit
To form into the shape of a cup, particularly of the hands

Cup your hands and I'll pour some rice into them.

A US unit of liquid measure equal to 8 fluid ounces, 1/16 of a US gallon, or 236.5882365 ml
A concave vessel for drinking from, usually made of opaque material (as opposed to a glass)

Pour the tea into the cup.

A rigid concave protective covering for the male genitalia. (for UK usage see box)

Players of contact sports are advised to wear a cup.

To hold something in cupped hands

He cupped the ball carefully in his hands.

One of the two parts of a brassiere which each cover a breast, used as a measurement of size

The cups are made of a particularly uncomfortable material.

A defensive style characterized by a three player near defense cupping the thrower; or those three players
The symbol \cup denoting union and similar operations (confer cap.)
{n} a drinking vessel, part of a flower, liquor
{v} to bleed by scarification, to supply cups
The tubular lining sunk in the hole Also the hole itself
The contents of such a vessel; a cupful
A slight depression normally present in the part of the optic nerve that can be seen by looking inside the eye In glaucoma, the cup is larger than it should be
not your cup of tea: see tea. an informal name for the FA Cup. America's Cup Curtis Cup Davis Cup Ryder Cup Stanley Cup Walker Cup World Cup
A form of warp in which there is a deviation from flatness across the width of a board
The Common Underlying Proficiency theory of language interdependence asserts that a person who has high language proficency in one language will learn a second language better and faster because many of the basic concepts can be used to strengthen both languages
modified area of the trailing edge of the propeller that will and can affect hole shot and bow lift
form into the shape of a cup; "She cupped her hands
put into a cup; "cup the milk"
Repeated potations; social or excessive indulgence in intoxicating drinks; revelry
The remnants of the universal veil surrounding the base of certain mushrooms, such as Amanita andVolvariella Also called "volva "
Equivalent to one condensed milk can: 10 fl oz
A distortion of a board in which there is a deviation from a straight line across the width of the board
The hole in the green into which the ball is eventually putted
A cup is a large metal cup with two handles that is given to the winner of a game or competition. = trophy
(illustrated)
{i} small container from which liquids (milk, water, etc.) are drunk; unit of measure (equal to 8 fluid ounces)
In usage this term is similar to mug, in that it implies a handle but no lid It frequently is applied to smaller vessels, and always to items which were made for drinking tea or coffee We have tea cups and coffee cups (or even mugs!), but beer mugs or steins
If you cup your hands, you make them into a curved shape like a cup. He cupped his hands around his mouth and called out for Diane David knelt, cupped his hands and splashed river water on to his face She held it in her cupped hands for us to see
A cup is a small round container that you drink from. Cups usually have handles and are made from china or plastic. cups and saucers. A cup of something is the amount of something contained in a cup. Mix about four cups of white flour with a pinch of salt
To close the palm on the ball when tossing it up for a serve Cupping is against the rules, since it can be used to put spin on the ball
Things, or parts of things, that are small, round, and hollow in shape can be referred to as cups. the brass cups of the small chandelier
a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing" a large metal vessel with two handles that is awarded as a trophy to the winner of a competition; "the school kept the cups is a special glass case" the hole (or metal container in the hole) on a golf green; "he swore as the ball rimmed the cup and rolled away"; "put the flag back in the cup" a punch served in a pitcher instead of a punch bowl cup-shaped plant organ a United States liquid unit equal to 8 fluid ounces the quantity a cup will hold; "he drank a cup of coffee"; "he borrowed a cup of sugar" any cup-shaped concavity; "bees filled the waxen cups with honey"; "he wore a jock strap with a metal cup"; "the cup of her bra" treat by applying evacuated cups to the patient's skin put into a cup; "cup the milk" form into the shape of a cup; "She cupped her hands
A distortion of a board in which there is a deviation flatwise from a straight line across the board
Deviation from a straight line stretched across the width of a panel or board
a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"
form into the shape of a cup; "She cupped her hands"
The metal or plastic cylinder fitted into the hole in the green Strictly speaking, it is only the liner of the hole, but in regular golf usage players will often say "cup" when they mean "hole," just as they frequently will say "just in bounds" when they mean "out of bounds," "Oh, here it is" when they mean "I can't find it" and "five" when they mean "seven "
A concave vessel for holding liquid, generally adorned with either a handle or a stem (confer goblet, glass.)
cup-shaped plant organ
To make concave or in the form of a cup; as, to cup the end of a screw
a United States liquid unit equal to 8 fluid ounces
If you cup something in your hands, you make your hands into a curved dish-like shape and support it or hold it gently. He cupped her chin in the palm of his hand He cradled the baby in his arms, his hands cupping her tiny skull
the base and liner or sleeve inside the hole that holds the flagstick in place Example: You can hear the ball rattle around in the cup when you make a putt, and that's a sweet reward
n [silver jar given as a prize for winning in sports] piala 2 n [small bowl with a handle for drinking coffee/tea] cangkir
To supply with cups of wine
treat by applying evacuated cups to the patient's skin put into a cup; "cup the milk"
treat by applying evacuated cups to the patient's skin
the quantity a cup will hold; "he drank a cup of coffee"; "he borrowed a cup of sugar"
The three defensive players that surround the player with the disc during a zone defence One player marking the disc and the two others 3 metres away
To apply a cupping apparatus to; to subject to the operation of cupping
Copper Units of Pressure In this pressure measuring technique a hole is drilled in the chamber and a piston fitted that presses on a calibrated copper slug (or crusher) (Some set ups also drill the cartridge case which changes the results compared to non-drilled cases ) The whole assembly is held in place with a yolk When the cartridge is fired the piston presses on the crusher and deforms it lengthwise slightly
Anything shaped like a cup; as, the cup of an acorn, or of a flower
a punch served in a pitcher instead of a punch bowl cup-shaped plant organ a United States liquid unit equal to 8 fluid ounces the quantity a cup will hold; "he drank a cup of coffee"; "he borrowed a cup of sugar"
A cupping glass or other vessel or instrument used to produce the vacuum in cupping
The volume of space that starts just below the inner rim The inside of the mouthpiece is usually curved; this curve can be extremely variable from design to design It may have relatively straight-sloping sides like a funnel (a "V" cup), or a shape like that of a tulip (a "C" cup) Cups may be shallow or deep Infinite variations on these two shapes are possible, and the existence of other types is not ruled out
The symbol cup denoting union and similar operations (confer cap.)
any cup-shaped concavity; "bees filled the waxen cups with honey"; "he wore a jock strap with a metal cup"; "the cup of her bra"
n The Tool of the West; used to hold salt water, water or any drink used in a ritual In some Traditions, the cup is symbolic of the female It may be a goblet, chalice, bowl, or other vessel capable of holding liquid
A rigid concave protective covering for the male genitalia
a small measure of volume usually used in cooking or cleaning -- "A recipe says to mix 4 cups of white sugar with " (236)
a large metal vessel with two handles that is awarded as a trophy to the winner of a competition; "the school kept the cups is a special glass case"
a punch served in a pitcher instead of a punch bowl
a long refreshing drink made from wine, cider or fortified wine, topped up with mixers, with various added fruits or juices
That which is to be received or indured; that which is allotted to one; a portion
cup o' joe
Alternative form of cup of joe
cup of coffee
When a minor league player comes up to the major league team for a short period of time

I was up for a cup of coffee once; those were the best six days of my career.

cup of joe
A cup of coffee

Pike Place is Starbucks' attempt to address complaints that its regular cup of joe is bitter, overroasted and burnt..

cup of tea
A cup full of tea

Would you be a dear and get me a cup of tea, please?.

cup of tea
Whatever suits or interests one

Daytime television is not my cup of tea.

cup size
the size of that part of a bra that holds the breasts

the difference, in inches, between the girth just under the breasts and around the fullest part of the breasts converted into a letter - less than 1 = AA, 1 = A, 2 = B, 3 = C etc.

cup that cheers
A cup of tea
cup-bearer
One who ceremonially fills and hands the cups in which a drink is served
cup-tied
to be ineligible to compete in a cup competition due to having previously played for a different team in the same competition in the same season
cup of tea
1. something one likes or excels in: "I see already that storytelling isn't my cup of tea." also a person suited to one's taste 2. A thing to be reckoned with, MATTER: "Poltergeists are a different cup of tea."
cup of tea
Favorite activity, choice of entertainment. "A holiday in the Yukon is not her cup of tea."
Cup Final
in the UK, the final game of the FA Cup competition. the last and most important game in a competition, especially a football competition
cup final
the final game of any cup competition (such as the annual final of the English soccer competition at Wembley)
cup final
final championship in which the winning team will receive a trophy (Sports)
cup fungus
Any of various ascomycetous fungi, especially of the family Pezizaceae, characterized by a spore-bearing structure that is often stalkless and cup-shaped or disk-shaped
cup hook
hook (usually on the underside of a shelf) for hanging cups
cup of coffee
mug full of coffee, serving of coffee
cup of sorrow
portion of agony and suffering
cup of tea
an activity that you like or at which you are superior; "chemistry is not my cup of tea"; "his bag now is learning to play golf"; "marriage was scarcely his dish
cup of tea
mug full of tea, serving of tea
cup plant
A coarse perennial herb (Silphium perfoliatum) in the composite family, native to the central and southeast United States and having showy radiate flower heads of yellow flowers and opposite leaves whose bases fuse to form a cup around the stem
cup shake
A shake or fissure between the annual rings of a tree, found oftenest near the roots
cup size
{i} size of the cup-shaped part of a bra that holds the breasts
cup tie
{i} game which determines the champion (cup-winner)
cup tie
In sports, especially football, a cup tie is a match between two teams who are taking part in a competition in which the prize is a cup. a game between two teams in a competition in which only the winning team will play any more games
cup tie
an eliminating game between teams in a cup competition
cup winner
sports team which is currently holding the trophy for winning the last cup final sports competition
cup with wings
{i} cup with handles
cup-shaped
{s} shaped like a cup, cupular
cup-shaped
shaped like (or supporting) a cupule
A cup
A standard, relatively small, bra cup size, consisting of a measurement around the bust that is one inch longer than a measurement around the band, plus five inches
A cup
A woman whose breasts fit a A-cup bra
A-cup
Sized so as to fit an A cup

That A-cup bra might fit better.

AA cup
A small bra cup size, of varying dimensions, but generally for a breast size up to ½ inch greater than the band size
America's Cup
the trophy awarded to the winner of the above regatta
America's Cup
A sailing regatta between two yachts, usually held every three or four years
Dixie Cup
Ice cream sold in such cups
Dixie Cup
A disposable waxed paper cup
World Cup
Alternative capitalization of world cup
acorn cup
The involucre or cup in which the acorn is fixed
canteen cup
A metal cup which can be nested on the top or under a canteen

My tin canteen cup was too hot to touch. I held it in gloved hands, blowing steam from the coffee and watching the sun rise over the fields beyond the fence.

cupful
A half pint, i.e. eight ounces
cupped
Simple past tense and past participle of cup
cupping
Present participle of cup
cupping
A traditional therapeutic treatment in which heated glass cups were applied to the skin, supposedly to draw blood towards the surface
cups
plural form of cup
cups
A suit of the minor arcana in tarot, bearing the symbol of a cup or chalice
dixie cup
A paper cup, sometimes waxed, especially used for individual servings of iced desserts
fruit cup
fruit cocktail
league cup
A single-elimination tournament for which entry is restricted only to teams in the top national league or leagues
loving cup
a large cup with two or more handles, passed around for all to drink from, as at the close of a banquet
loving cup
such a cup awarded as a trophy
menstrual cup
A receptacle worn inside the vagina during menstruation to collect menstrual fluid
peanut butter cup
A chocolate candy with peanut butter filling
sippy cup
A spill-proof cup for toddlers
suction cup
A device comprised of a flexible material formed into a three-dimensional shape with one flat open face which, when pressed against a flat surface will adhere to that surface due to the lower pressure in between the flexible material and the flat surface as compared to the pressure outside the flexible material
there's many a slip twixt cup and lip
In any situation, however well planned, something can always go wrong
world cup
The trophy awarded to the winner of such an event
world cup
An event or competition where competitors and/or teams from several different countries to establish a world champion
A cup
calix
my cup runneth over
(Muhasebe) I have received so many benefits that I cannot contain them all. (Said when you feel overcome because many good things have happened to you.)
cups
{n} a drunken fit, drunkenness, liquor
furry cup
(Argo) The vagina
Acorn cup
cup-shaped structure of hardened bracts at the base of an acorn
Admiral's Cup
an international sailing competition held off the British coast every two years and consisting of four races, including the fastnet Cup Race
America's Cup
a sailing competition in which teams from the US, Australia, and other nations compete. Most prestigious trophy in international yachting competition. First offered under another name in Britain in 1851, the cup was won easily by the America from New York and subsequently became known as the America's Cup. The America's Cup race, held about every four years, is between one defending vessel and one challenging vessel; each must be designed and built in the country it represents. The 22.6-mi (36.4-km) racecourse is divided into eight legs. The U.S. completely dominated the competition until 1983, when it was defeated by Australia. New Zealand won the Cup in 1995 and retained it in 2000 by defeating a challenger from Italy in the first competition without a U.S. participant
Cheltenham Gold Cup
a horse race which is run once a year at Cheltenham, England
Curtis Cup
Golf trophy awarded since 1932 to the winner of a biennial amateur women's match played between teams from Britain and the U.S. Teams consist of six players, two alternates, and a captain. The cup was donated by Harriot and Margaret Curtis, amateur golf champions of the early 20th century. Teams play six 18-hole foursomes and 12 18-hole singles matches
Davis Cup
an important international men's tennis competition, played between teams of players representing their countries. Trophy awarded to the winning team of an international tennis tournament for men. It was donated in 1900 by Dwight F. Davis, himself a player in the first two matches (called ties), for a competition between teams from the U.S. and Britain. Since then, the tournament has developed into a truly international event. More than 100 nations have participated, but winners have been largely confined to the U.S, Australia, France, Britain, and Sweden
European Cupwinners' Cup
a football competition held in the past that involved all the teams in Europe that won the cup final in their own country. Since 1998, these teams have entered the UEFA Cup instead
FA Cup
a football competition open to all amateur and professional football teams in the FA in England and Wales, and arranged by the FA
Gold Cup
a horse race held every March in Cheltenham, England
Grey Cup
a prize given to the best Canadian football team each year
Ryder Cup
an important golf competition held every two years, in which two teams compete, one representing Europe and the other the US. Biennial team golf event first held in 1927. It was originally played between teams of golfers from the U.S. and Britain; since 1979 players opposing the U.S. have been chosen from all of Europe. The trophy was donated by the British seed merchant Samuel Ryder
Stanley Cup
a prize given to the winner of the National Hockey League, which is made up of ice hockey teams from Canada and the US. Trophy awarded annually to the winning team of the National Hockey League championship. Named for its donor, the Canadian governor-general Frederick Arthur Stanley, Lord Stanley of Preston (1841-1908), the Stanley Cup was first awarded in the 1893-94 season. It is the oldest trophy that can be won by professional athletes in North America
There's many a slip twixt cup and lip
idiom used to warn not to be too sure of oneself about the result of a plan because things can still go wrong before it is accomplished
Walker Cup
a golf competition between two teams, one British and one American, of non-professional male golfers. Trophy awarded to the winner of a golf competition between amateur men's teams from the U.S. and Britain. It has been held biennially since 1922 on sites alternating between the two countries. The cup is named for the event's organizer, George H. Walker, a president of the U.S. Golf Association. Contests consist of four 18-hole foursome matches and eight 18-hole singles matches on each of two days, with one point awarded to the winning side in each match
World Cup
Major international football (soccer) competition. The tournament brings together 32 qualifying national teams from around the world, culminating in a match between the two top teams. It has been held every fourth year since 1930 (except during World War II). Followed and watched by billions of people worldwide, it has by far the greatest audience of any single sporting event in the world. Several competitions in other sports also use the name "world cup
black felt cup
a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
blood cup
a scarlet European fungus with cup-shaped ascocarp
bone-ash cup
small porous bowl made of bone ash used in assaying to separate precious metals from e
bone-ash cup
lead
brown cup
a variety of sclerotinia
champagne cup
a punch containing a sparkling wine
charred pancake cup
a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
claret cup
a punch made of claret and brandy with lemon juice and sugar and sometimes sherry or curacao and fresh fruit
claret cup
{i} iced punch made of claret and carbonated water with lemon juice mixed with brandy or sometimes with sherry or Curacao
claret cup
A chilled drink made of claret mixed with soda, fruit juices, brandy, and sugar
coffee cup
small bowl-shaped container made especially for coffee
coffee cup
A coffee cup is a cup in which coffee is served. Coffee cups are usually smaller than tea cups
coffee cup
a cup from which coffee is drunk
cupful
As much as a cup will hold
cupful
{i} amount that a cup can hold
cupful
A cupful of something is the amount of something a cup can contain. a cupful of warm milk. the amount that a cup can hold
cupful
The amount necessary to make a cup full
cupfuls
plural of cupful
cupped
Leaf blade having the center of the leaf flower than the margins; concave
cupped
when the back of the left hand, wrist and forearm (right-handed player) do not approximate flat at the top of the back swing - wrist joint is extended (back of hand is bent up toward back of forearm) to some degree Example: Most of the time if your left hand is overly cupped at the top, the clubface will be open at impact
cupped
– leaf blade having the center of the leaf lower than the margin, concave
cupped
in the shape of a cup
cupping
A method used by coffee buyers to test coffee The "cupper" will assess the beans for proper appearance then smells and tastes the brew
cupping
Analogous to a vintner's wine-tasting: roasting, brewing, and tasting coffee under controlled conditions in order to assess quality Coffee gourmets judge acidity, aroma, body, and finish
cupping
Curvature of a stripe in the lateral direction
cupping
The operation of drawing blood to or from the surface of the person by forming a partial vacuum over the spot
cupping
This is a type of wood defect--a pulling up of two sides lengthwise
cupping
drawing blood by heating the air in a glass cup while having it pressed against skin so that, upon removing the head source (usually a candle), the cooling air causes a vacuum
cupping
A former therapeutic treatment in which heated glass cups were applied to the skin, supposedly to draw blood towards the surface
cupping
Also, sometimes, a similar operation for drawing pus from an abscess
cupping
a treatment in which evacuated cups are applied to the skin to draw blood through the surface
cupping
the use of warmed glass jars to create suction on certain points of the body
cupping
A slight U-shaped deformation of the tape (at right angles to the length) which usually appears after unwind tension is relaxed
cupping
{i} application of a cupping glass to draw blood to the surface of the body for relieving internal congestion (Traditional Chinese Medicine therapy)
cupping
A type of warping that causes boards to curl up at their edges
cups
plural of cup
cupsful
{i} # full cups
davis cup
cup awarded for the annual international team tennis competition
death cup
A poisonous, usually white mushroom (Amanita phalloides) having a prominent cup-shaped base. Also called death angel, death cap
dice cup
a small container (open at one end) in which dice are shaken by hand and from which they are thrown
discharge cup
mortar launcher; cuplike attachment placed on the end of a gun for launching grenades
dixie cup
a disposable paper cup for holding drinks
drain the cup
drink to the last drop; "drink up--there's more wine coming
drink the cup of agony
suffer greatly, be tormented, be miserable, be anguished
egg cup
An egg cup is a small container in which you put a boiled egg while you eat it
egg cup
cup used for holding a boiled egg
elf cup
apothecium of a fungus of the family Pezizaceae
emptied the cup
poured out all the cup's contents
eye cup
{i} eye bath, small cup used for cleansing the eye
fairy cup
miterwort of northeastern North America usually with two opposite leaves on erect flowering stems that terminate in erect racemes of white flowers
floral cup
A tubular or cup-shaped structure of a flower, bearing on its rim the sepals, petals, and stamens
golden cup
native of Mexican highlands grown for its glossy clear yellow flowers and blue-gray finely dissected foliage
grace cup
cup to be passed around for the final toast after a meal
league cup tournament
series of games played by members of a league
loving cup
A large ornamental drinking vessel having two or more handles, intended to pass from hand to hand, as at a banquet
loving cup
a large drinking vessel (usually with two handles) that people drink out of in turn at a banquet
measuring cup
graduated cup used for measuring ingredients
monkey cup
{i} nepenthe, legendary drug that caused one to forget his troubles or sorrow; anything which induces a soothing sense of forgetfulness (of pain or troubles)
mustache cup
a drinking cup with a bar inside the rim to keep a man's mustache out of the drink
not my cup of tea
not my taste, does not suit my style
not one's cup of tea
not something one enjoys
one way cup
rubber band that allows a substance to pass only in one direction
optic cup
(embryology) a two-walled cuplike depression that develops into the pigmented and sensory layers of the retina
optic cup
A two-walled cuplike depression, formed by invagination of the optic vesicle, that develops into the pigmented and sensory layers of the retina. Also called eyecup
paper cup
disposable cup
paper cup
a disposable paper cup for holding drinks
poison cup
A cup containing poison
poison cup
A cup that was supposed to break on having poison put into it
queen cup
A perennial stemless plant (Clintonia uniflora) of Pacific North America, having a solitary white flower and a blue berry
queen's cup
plant with 1 or 2 white starlike flowers on short leafless stalks; Alaska to California and east to Oregon and Montana
rufous rubber cup
a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
small cup
tiny cup, tiny glass, tiny mug
cup